„You can’t change the past, it just is“

—  Alyson Nöel, book Blue Moon

Source: Blue Moon

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—  Ben Shapiro American journalist and attorney 1984

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—  Ricky Hatton English former professional boxer 1978

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—  Orson Scott Card American science fiction novelist 1951

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„You can’t hate change. It’s like hating life.“

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—  Lech Wałęsa Polish politician, Nobel Peace Prize winner, former President of Poland 1943

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