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#1. They had failed to understand that there was no such thing as private life in wartime Germany. No amount of reticence could change the fact that every individual German belonged to the generality of Germans and must share in the general destiny of Germany, even as more and more bombs were falling on the just and unjust alike. #Quote by Hans Fallada
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans Fallada
#2. The air was thick with betrayal. No one could trust anyone else, and in that dismal atmosphere the men seemed to grow even duller, devolving into mechanical extensions of the machines they serviced. #Quote by Hans Fallada
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans Fallada
#3. Not that she's a political animal, she's just an ordinary woman, but as a woman she's of the view that you don't bring children into the world to have them shot. #Quote by Hans Fallada
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans Fallada
#4. The trembling increased, a moan of grief was heard, nothing articulate - as a bird in the night sometimes laments alone. #Quote by Hans Fallada
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans Fallada
#5. It doesn't matter if one man fights or ten thousand; if the one man sees he has no option but to fight, then he will fight, whether he has others on his side or not. #Quote by Hans Fallada
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans Fallada
#6. And then take my family life, my friend. As you know, I've been married twice before and am now on my third marriage. What is that if it's not the third Reich? Else was the first Reich, Hilda was the second Reich, and now Elli is my third Reich. And now I'll let you into a little secret, friend Fallada', dropping his voice to a hollow whisper, 'whenever I quarrel with Elli I'm convinced that the fourth Reich will be along soon! Mark my words, friend Fallada, we'll both live to see the fourth Reich yet! #Quote by Hans Fallada
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans Fallada
#7. Like many city dwellers, they'd had the mistaken belief that spying was only really bad in Berlin and that decency still prevailed in small towns. And like many city dwellers, they had made the painful discovery that recrimination, eavesdropping, and informing were ten times worse in the small towns than in the big city. In a small town everyone was fully exposed; you couldn't even disappear in the crowd. #Quote by Hans Fallada
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans Fallada
#8. As it was, we all acted alone, we were caught alone, and every one of us will have to die alone. But that doesn't mean that we are alone. #Quote by Hans Fallada
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans Fallada
#9. Then he picked up the pen and said softly, but clearly, "The first sentence of our first card will read: Mother! The Führer has murdered my son."....At that instant she grasped that this very first sentence was Otto's absolute and irrevocable declaration of war, and also what that meant: war between, on the one side, the two of them, poor, small, insignificant workers who could be extinguished for just a word or two, and on the other, the Führer, the Party, the whole apparatus in all its power and glory, with three-fourths or even four-fifths of the German people behind it. And the two of them in this little room in Jablonski Strasse. #Quote by Hans Fallada
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans Fallada
#10. She had known for a long time that you had to pay for everything in life, and usually more than it was worth. #Quote by Hans Fallada
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans Fallada
#11. Because it is written that you reap what you sow, and the boy had sown good corn. #Quote by Hans Fallada
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans Fallada
#12. Anna Quangel wishes she could stroke her husband's hand, but she doesn't dare. She just brushes it, as if by accident, and says, 'Oh, sorry, Otto!' He looks at her in surprise, but doesn't say anything. They walk on. #Quote by Hans Fallada
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans Ulrich Obrist
#13. To keep art stimulating, it's important to open it up to new horizons, which includes showing it in unexpected contexts. #Quote by Hans Ulrich Obrist
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans F. Sennholz
#14. Redistribution divided society into two social classes: the beneficiaries of transfer, who are calling for ever more; and the victims, who submit unwillingly. It could hardly fail to injure social peace and harmony. #Quote by Hans F. Sennholz
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans Rosling
#15. My experience from 20 years of Africa is that the seemingly impossible is possible. #Quote by Hans Rosling
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans Urs Von Balthasar
#16. The One, the Good, the True, and the Beautiful, these are what we call the transcendental attributes of Being, because they surpass all the limits of essences and are coextensive with Being. #Quote by Hans Urs Von Balthasar
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans Urs Von Balthasar
#17. The inner reality of love can be recognized only by love. #Quote by Hans Urs Von Balthasar
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans Christian Von Baeyer
#18. Claude Shannon, the founder of information theory, invented a way to measure 'the amount of information' in a message without defining the word 'information' itself, nor even addressing the question of the meaning of the message. #Quote by Hans Christian Von Baeyer
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans Christian Andersen
#19. Each soldier was the living image of the others, but there was one who was a bit different. He had only one leg, for he was the last to be cast and the tin had run out. Still, there he stood, just as steadfast on his one leg as the others on their two; and he is the tin soldier we are going to hear about. #Quote by Hans Christian Andersen
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans Christian Andersen
#20. When a storm was coming on, and they anticipated that a ship might sink, they swam before it, and sang most sweetly of the delight to be found beneath the water, begging the seafarers not to be afraid of coming down below. #Quote by Hans Christian Andersen
Hans Fallada quotes by Robert Barron
#21. Hans Urs von Balthasar maintained that the best evangelistic strategy is to capture people with the beautiful, then enchant them with the good, and then lead them to the true. #Quote by Robert Barron
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans-Hermann Hoppe
#22. More paper money cannot make a society richer, of course - it is just more printed paper. Otherwise, why is it that there are still poor countries and poor people around? But more money makes its monopolistic producer (the central bank) and its earliest recipients (the government and big, government-connected banks and their major clients) richer at the expense of making the money's late and latest receivers poorer. #Quote by Hans-Hermann Hoppe
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans Christian Andersen
#23. "Does all the beauty of the world stop when you die?"
"No," said the Old Oak; "it will last much longer - longer than I can even think of."
"Well, then," said the little May-fly, "we have the same time to live; only we reckon differently. #Quote by Hans Christian Andersen
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans Christian Von Baeyer
#24. The smell of subjectivity clings to the mechanical definition of complexity as stubbornly as it sticks to the definition of information. #Quote by Hans Christian Von Baeyer
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans Christian Andersen
#25. Death walks faster than the wind and never returns what he has taken. #Quote by Hans Christian Andersen
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans Ulrich Obrist
#26. Whatever you do, do something else. #Quote by Hans Ulrich Obrist
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans Holzer
#27. In all my years of Ghost Hunting I have never been afraid, after all, a ghost is only a fellow human being in trouble #Quote by Hans Holzer
Hans Fallada quotes by Philip Pullman
#28. Finally, I'd say to anyone who wants to tell these tales, don't be afraid to be superstitious. If you have a lucky pen, use it. If you speak with more force and wit when wearing one red sock and one blue one, dress like that. When I'm at work I'm highly superstitious. My own superstition has to do with the voice in which the story comes out. I believe that every story is attended by its own sprite, whose voice we embody when we tell the tale, and that we tell it more successfully if we approach the sprite with a certain degree of respect and courtesy. These sprites are both old and young, male and female, sentimental and cynical, sceptical and credulous, and so on, and what's more, they're completely amoral: like the air-spirits who helped Strong Hans escape from the cave, the story-sprites are willing to serve whoever has the ring, whoever is telling the tale. To the accusation that this is nonsense, that all you need to tell a story is a human imagination, I reply, 'Of course, and this is the way my imagination works. #Quote by Philip Pullman
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans Christian Andersen
#29. And now it worked much more evil than before; for some of these pieces were hardly so large as a grain of sand, and they flew about in the wide world, and when they got into people's eyes, there they stayed; and then people saw everything perverted, or only had an eye for that which was evil. This happened because the very smallest bit had the same power which the whole mirror had possessed. Some persons even got a splinter in their heart, and then it made one shudder, for their heart became like a lump of ice. #Quote by Hans Christian Andersen
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans Kung
#30. In the last resort, a love of God without love of humanity is no love at all. #Quote by Hans Kung
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans-Hermann Hoppe
#31. With the socialization of the health care system through institutions such as Medicaid and Medicare and the regulation of the insurance industry (by restricting an insurer's right of refusal: to exclude any individual risk as uninsurable, and discriminate freely, according to actuarial methods, between different group risks) a monstrous machinery of wealth and income redistribution at the expense of responsible individuals and low-risk groups in favor of irresponsible actors and high-risk groups has been put in motion. #Quote by Hans-Hermann Hoppe
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans Christian Andersen
#32. Mermaids have no tears, and therefore they suffer more. #Quote by Hans Christian Andersen
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans-Peter Lindstrom
#33. It's nice if you're making a regular pop or rock album and you get ten little songs. But I really try to make the album with one big story instead of ten small stories. #Quote by Hans-Peter Lindstrom
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans Berliner
#34. You don't have to be really good anymore to get good results. What's happening with Chess is that it's gradually losing its place as the par excellence of intellectual activity. Smart people in search of a challenging board game might try a game called Go. #Quote by Hans Berliner
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans Blix
#35. I also hear your president say that war is the means of last resort and I think he means that. I met him last autumn and he assured me that they wanted to come through and disarm Iraq by peaceful means, and that's what we are trying to do as hard as we can. #Quote by Hans Blix
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans Rosling
#36. The United States spends more than twice as much per capita on health care as other rich capitalist countries - around $9,400 compared to around $3,600 - and for that money its citizens can expect lives that are three years shorter. The United States spends more per capita on health care than any other country in the world, but 39 countries have longer life expectancies. [...]
Under the current US system, rich, insured patients visit doctors more than they need, running up costs, while poor patients cannot afford even simple, inexpensive treatments and die younger than they should. Doctors spend time that could be used to save lives or treat illness by providing unnecessary, meaningless care. What a tragic waste of physician care. #Quote by Hans Rosling
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans Christian Andersen
#37. And, above all, beware of the cat. #Quote by Hans Christian Andersen
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans Rosling
#38. Beyond 2050 the world population may start to decrease if women across the world will have, on average, less than 2 children. But that decrease will be slow. #Quote by Hans Rosling
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans Urs Von Balthasar
#39. It is as if the fact that God is light, penetrating and manifesting everything, is so absolutely important that darkness and bondage can and must exist for the light's sake. #Quote by Hans Urs Von Balthasar
Hans Fallada quotes by Jonathan Freeman
#40. Growing up, I would have to say I loved 'Peter Pan' because I was fascinated by Captain Hook; I was fascinated by Hans Conried, who was an actor on screen and also a theatrical and television actor. #Quote by Jonathan Freeman
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans Rosling
#41. I have a motto: it's never too late to give up. It's never too late to give up what you are doing, and start doing what you realise you love. #Quote by Hans Rosling
Hans Fallada quotes by Hans Ulrich Obrist
#42. Switzerland felt incredibly narrow, growing up. It was good, in a way. There were so many museums. But it was always a no-brainer that I would have to leave, and I'm grateful for that. #Quote by Hans Ulrich Obrist

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