Spiritualized Mediators

„The Problem with quotes on the Internet is,
that you can’t always be sure of their authenticity“

(Abraham Lincoln)

German Proverbs:

The one who asks questions gets answers!

Who searches finds!

Order is half the Life!

Food and Drink keeps Body and Soul/Spirit together!

What must be that must be!
Wat mut dat mut!



Who abandons friendship out of life,
removes the sun out of the world.

(Marcus Tullius Cicero)

The point is not,
to give more days to live,
but to give more life to the days.

(Cicely Saunders)

To mourn made mistakes is not useful for anything.

(August von Platen)

The beauty of things lives in the soul of the one who contemplates them.

(David Hume)

It needs two years, to learn how to speak,
and fifty, to learn how to be silent.

(Ernest Hemingway)

If we withstand our passions,
we thank it more to their weakness than to our strength

(Francois VI., Duc de la Rochefoucauld)

If a cause is difficult for you to manage,
you shouldn’t immediately think,
it is impossible for humans to manage,
you should rather believe,
if something is possible at all for humans and it lies within its scope,
that it is also possible for you to reach.

(Marc Aurel)

Nothing prevents indulgence more than overabundance.

(Michel de Montaigne)

The beginning and the end of a love announce themselves thereby,
that oneself avoids being alone with the other.

(Jean de la Bruyere)

A ray of sun can make a different person out of me.

(Hugo von Hofmannsthal)

Laughing is the sun,
that casts out the winter out of the human countenance.

(Victor Hugo)

Everything has/takes its time and its place!


Happiness is a mosaic picture,
that is put together from a lot of inconspicuous little joys.

(Daniel Spitzer)

Before one desires something ardently,
one should examine the joy of the one,
who owns it already.

(Francois de la Rochefoucauld)

To us belongs only the hour.
And one hour,

that is happy,
is very much.

(Theodor Fontane)

If we would get a headache before the inebriation,
we would be careful, to drink too much.
But first comes the desire,
which deceives and doesn’t let us think about, what comes then.

(Michel de Montaigne)

Patience is the art of hoping.

(Luc de Clapier Vauvenargues)

Have patience in all things,
but especially with yourself.

(Franz von Sales)

A heavy door also just needs a small key.

(Charles Dickens)

The wideness of views comes from the heart.

(Jakob Bosshart)

The life force of an era isn’t contained in its harvest but in its sowing.

(Ludwig Börne)

The mountain peak in sight,
we promenade gladly on the lowlands.

(Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)

Imitate the walk of nature.
Her secret is patience.

(Ralph Waldo Emerson)

Summer transforms a human into a dreamer.

(Paul Keller)

Modesty is the beginning of all reason.

(Ludwig Anzengruber)

Serenity is a graceful form of self-confidence.

(Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach)

I like the dreams of the future better than all the story of the past.

(Thomas Jefferson)

Life is charming,
you merely have to look at it through the right glasses.

(Alexandre Dumas)

The cheerfulness of the heart unlocks,
like spring,
the blossoms of the inside.


People merely see all that,
what they can have and get,
but don’t appreciate what they already have,
until they lose it.

(Jimi Hendrix)

The superstition,
in which we grew up, loses,
even though we realize it,
therefore after all not its power over us.

(Lessing from “Nathan der Weise”)

One says,
love robs those the mind,
which have one and gives it those,
who have none.

(Denis Diderot)

If we can’t find contentment in ourselves,
it is useless,
to search elsewhere for it.

(La Rochefoucauld)

The safe wealth is the poverty in needs.

(Franz Werfel)

In living nature nothing happens,
that doesn’t stand in connection to the whole.

(Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)

All genuine patterns of flavor are in nature.

(Jean-Jacques Rousseau)

I regard spring,
as if it came to me,
in order to be thankful for it.

(Friedrich Hebbel)

One should not forget,
to see the world with childs eyes.

(Henry Matisse)

Shared memories sometimes are the best peacemakers.

(Marcel Proust)

Who wants to fathom everything immediately!
As soon as the snow melts,
it will be found.

(Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)

What the sunshine is for flowers,
that are laughing faces for people.

(Joseph Addison)

Humour is not a gift of the mind, but a gift of the heart.

(Ludwig Böhme)

The Question is not,
what you look at – but what you see.

(Henry David Thoreau)

If you realize,
that you lack nothing,
the whole world belongs to you.


No gift acts mightier and more adorable in a human than fantasy.

(Adalbert Stifter)

If you truly love nature,
you will find it beautifully everywhere.

(Vincent van Gogh)

Who has no peace in the heart,
also hasn’t it outside.

(Johann Geiler von Kaysersberg)

Only who can look carelessly into the future,
enjoys the present with a good feeling.

(Stefan Zweig)

You have to give before you take – and build before you reside.

(Antoine de Saint-Exupéry)

Everywhere is a flower of joy queued into the collar of life.

(Johann Heinrich Witschel)

Time is a mighty master,
it straightens out a lot.

(Pierre Corneille)

Travelling ennobles the spirit and straightens all our prejudices.

(Oscar Wilde)

The flowers of spring are the dreams of winter.

(Khalil Gibran)

Bright thoughts and a cheerful mind make lovely days.

(Henry David Thoreau)

Indulgence is but a drop into the cocktail of joy,
but what a flavor it grants.

(Albert Memmi)

There exists a silence in autumn as far as into the colors.

(Hugo von Hofmannsthal)

Not the wind determines the direction, but the sail.

(Chinese proverb from Lao Xiang)

The course of events teaches us confidence everywhere.

(Ralph Waldo Emerson)

who preserves the ability,
to see beautiful things,
will never grow old.

(Franz Kafka)

Just like the sun colors the flowers, so art colors life.

(Sir John Lubbock)

In fact,
art reflects the viewer,
not life.

(Oscar Wilde)

You lose the most time with, trying to gain time.

(John Steinbeck)

To get,
what you wished for,
is success.
To wish,
what you can get,
is joy.

(Charles F. Kettering)

Life’s May only blossoms once and never again.

(Friedrich von Schiller)

I love the dance,
because it frees the human from the severity of things.

(Aurelius Augustinus)

Him blows no wind,
who has no harbour to sail for.

(Michel de Montaigne)

Love one another,
but don’t make love a fetter.

(Khalil Gibran)

Spring has a redeeming power.

(Wilhelm Busch)

Only through the winter,
the springtide is achieved.

(Gottfried Keller)

All flowers must pass away,
so that the fruits will make you happy.

(Johann Wofgang von Goethe)

Art might be a game,
but it is as a serious game.

(Caspar David Friedrich)

It forms itself,
a talent in silence,
a character in the flow of the world.

(Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)

Act in such a way
that the maxim of your actions
could serve as a principle of general legislation at any time.

(Immanuel Kant (1724-1804))

True Friendship is very slow growing plant.

(George Washington)

Endurance will be rewarded sooner or later –
but mostly later.

(Wilhelm Busch)

You forgive in the same amount
in that you love!


To fill the time well is the talent of the Germans;
to make it forget the talent of the French.


Most people worship the sunrise more than the sunset.


American Indigenous Proverbs:

Before You judge someone,
you have to walk a tenthousand miles in her/his moccasins!

(Indigenous Proverb/Rainbowguardians)

which is greater than us,
teaches all creatures, what they should do.
We are like flowers.
We live and we die,
and by ourselves, we know nothing.
But that,
which is greater than us,
teaches us – teaches us,
how we should live.

(American Indigenous proverb)

Grandfather speaks:
“The weakest step in the direction of the mountaintop,
in the direction of sunrise,
in the direction of hope,
is stronger than the worst storm”

(North American Indigenous proverb)

Grandfather speaks:
„In live exist sadness as well as joy,
loss as well as gain,
fail as well as passing,
hunger as well as abundance,
the good as well as the evil.

I don’t say that, that you despair,
but to show you the reality.
Life is a journey,
which is undertaken sometimes in the light and sometimes in the shadow

(American indigenous proverb)

The bad side of life,
sometimes teaches me more wisdom,
than the good one.

(Wisdom of the Sioux)

„Life has two faces,
and the one is not less real than the other.
If everything would always stay the same,
there would be no diversity,
no tension and no balance.
There would be no black as a contrast to the white,
no sundown, to end the day, which started with the sunrise,
and no warmth, to chase away the coldness.

That, which takes care of the balance in the journey of your life,
brings also trouble.
But at the end it also holds a present,
which we often do not see.“

(Old Hawk, Sicangu Lakota)

Difficult experiences,
no matter if it is sadness, loss, hunger, poverty, sickness or death,
seldom appear, because you invited them yourself.
But if life enjoins hardship upon your path,
it always offers you the chance, to gain strength.
That is the invisible gift.

(Old Hawk, „Stay on your path“ {The wisdom of an old Indian})

Spiritual Proverbs:

The universe gives birth to itself from itself,
and the divine is contained in everything.

(Egyptian book of the dead)

Trust is an oasis in the heart,
which is never reached by the caravan of thinking.

(Khalil Gibran)

Pain is like a holy angel,
and through it,
man learns more than through all success.

(Adalbert Stifter)

We are angels with only one wing.
In order to fly,
we must hug each other.

(Luciano de Crescenzo)

The guardian angels of life sometimes fly so high,
that we cannot see them,
but they always look down upon us.


A little bit of passion fires the spirit,
too much extinguishes it.


God wants the people to be happy,
that’s why he shaped everything so beautifully.

(Martin Luther)

The dreamers are the protectors of the world.

(James Allen)

Who steps in front of the mirror, in order to change,
has already changed oneself.

(Lucius Seneca (4 bc – 65 ad))

Clouds pass quickly,
and the sun shines every day.

(Rabindranath Tagore)

The ideal human feels joy if he can render a service to another.


High thoughts originate from the deepness of the heart.

(Eastern Wisdom)

Before God Almighty, there are no secrets!


Angels are quicker than the speed of light!


What you deal out, will be dealt to you.


What we know, is a drop,
what we don’t know, is an ocean.

(Isaac Newton)

What you don’t want to be done onto you,
don’t do onto others!


Have trust in life – and it carries you lightwards.


What a heavenly sensation it is,
to follow one’s heart.

(Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)

And in the dark nights,
the heavy earth falls out of all the stars,
into loneliness.

(Rainer Maria Rilke)

The one who knows others is smart,
the one who knows oneself is wise.


Most people make joy as a requirement.
But joy finds itself only when you don’t impose any conditions.

(Arthur Rubinstein)

Patience is tamed passion.

(Lyman Abbott)

Even more beautiful then the fullest possession,
is the anticipation of joy.

(Emanuel Geibel)

All that happens,
belongs to the eternal plan of the world,
and is good in it.

(Johann Gottlieb Fichte)

The whole life of a human is nothing but an instant.
Let’s enjoy it.


Who wants to be faithful to oneself,
can’t always be faithful to others.

(Christian Morgenstern)

The flower lives and loves and talks a wonderful language.

(Peter Rosegger)

The little truth has clear words,
the big truth has big silence.

(Rabindranâth Tagore)

The winter lies upon my head,
but eternal spring is in my soul.

(From China)

In the matter of love,
too much isn’t approximately enough.


A sunbeam is enough,
to enlighten much darkness.

(Franz von Assisi)

The one is happy,
who breathes in the rosy light.

(Friedrich Schiller)

Happy is not,
who appears so to others,
but who thinks so of oneself.


Yearning and inkling lay into one another,
one is driving the other.

(Bettina von Arnim)

Intellect and wit can easily amuse,
but alone the heart can fascinate.

(Wilhelm Hey)

One should not fear death,
but that you never start beginning to live your life.

(Mark Aurel)

Fantasy is the gift,
to see invisible things.

(Jonathan Swift)

All treasures of the world don’t compensate the Joy, being loved.

(Pedro Caldéron)

The more we are able to love and to devote us,
the more meaningful becomes our life.

(Hermann Hesse)

You can understand life only backward,
but you have to live it forward.

(Sören Kierkegaard)

With the wings of time,
sadness flys away.

(Jean de la Fontaine)

The highest pleasure is satisfaction with oneself.

(Jean-Jacques Rousseau)

People don’t trip over the mountains but over molehills.


Let us enjoy life,
as long as we don’t understand it.

(Kurt Tucholsky)

Man can do much good,
without having to make sacrifices.

(Albert Schweizer)

It is nice, to be happy with the little things.

(Jeremias Gotthelf)

If you are good to others,
you are best to yourself

(Benjamin Franklin)

Who has no wish,
is quite near to happiness.

(Rabindranâth Tagore)

The miracle is the dearest child of faith.

(Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)

A drop of love is more than an ocean of reason.

(Blaise Pascal)

Who desires wine,
should press ripe grapes,
who hopes on miracles,
should streangthen his faith.

(Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)

Wishlessness leads to inner peace.


To admit,
that you know nothing,
is Wisdom.


No mind is alright,
who’s lacking is in sense of humor.

(Samuel Coleridge)

Light finds its colours wealth,
foremost in the resistance of clouds.

(Rabindranath Tagore)

The greatest people are those,
who can give hope to others.

(Jean Jaurès)

Angst essen Seele auf.
Fear eat Soul.

(African Proverb)

„You big star!
What would your joy be,
if you didn’t have the one you shine!“

(Friedrich Nietzsche (Also sprach Zarathustra))

Be, what you want to appear like.

(Sokrates (470 – 399 B.C.))

There are no miracles for the indifferent.

(Henri Frédéric Amiel)

Everything is in the making,
everything is childhood.

(Ralph Waldo Emerson)

There is eternal summer in a thankful heart.

(Celia Layton Thaxter)

A great person is one who does not lose his child’s heart.

(James Legge)

All is Brahma.

(Hermann Hesse/Robi)

Only love is allowed to break loves flowers.

(Friedrich von Schiller)

A dream is all life and the dreams are a dream themselves.

(Pedro Calderón de la Barca)

Do not stick to the past,
do not lose yourself in the future.
Life is here and now.


The world belongs to those who enjoy it.

(Giacomo Leopardi)

The Spiritual World is very intense,
if you are not prepaired for it,
and that incluedes death and the afterlife,
so better be prepaired!


Every single one has earned a new chance by god Allmighty,
because life ist no competition.


Everybody can/is allowed to talk to God,
and he/she/it will answer,
sometimes in mysterious ways!


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