„Science and everyday life cannot and should not be separated.“

—  Rosalind Franklin, in answer to her father, who accused her of making science her religion, as related by [Brenda Maddox, Rosalind Franklin: The Dark Lady of DNA‎, Perennial, 2003, 0060985089, 61]
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—  Colin Wilson author 1931 - 2013
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„We should remember that just as a positive outlook on life can promote good health, so can everyday acts of kindness.“

—  Hillary Clinton American politician, senator, Secretary of State, First Lady 1947
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„Deeds rather than words express my concept of the part religion should play in everyday life.“

—  Walt Disney American film producer and businessman 1901 - 1966
Deeds Rather Than Words (1963), Context: Deeds rather than words express my concept of the part religion should play in everyday life. I have watched constantly that in our movie work the highest moral and spiritual standards are upheld, whether it deals with fable or with stories of living action.

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„Science has an important part to play in our everyday existence“

—  Arthur Stanley Eddington British astrophysicist 1882 - 1944
Science and the Unseen World (1929), Context: Science has an important part to play in our everyday existence, and there is far too much neglect of science; but its intention is to supplement not to supplant the familiar outlook.<!--VIII, p.83

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„All of science is nothing more than the refinement of everyday thinking.“

—  Albert Einstein German-born physicist and founder of the theory of relativity 1879 - 1955
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„In mathematics, in science, and in life, we constantly face the delicate, tricky task of separating design from happenstance.“

—  Ivars Peterson Canadian mathematician 1948
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„Once you had read the Psychopathology of Everyday Life, you knew that everyday life was psychopathology.“

—  Saul Bellow, Humboldt's Gift
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„In strategy your spiritual bearing must not be any different from normal. Both in fighting and in everyday life you should be determined though calm.“

—  Miyamoto Musashi Japanese martial artist, writer, artist 1585 - 1645
Go Rin No Sho (1645), The Water Book, Context: In strategy your spiritual bearing must not be any different from normal. Both in fighting and in everyday life you should be determined though calm. Meet the situation without tenseness yet not recklessly, your spirit settled yet unbiased. Even when your spirit is calm do not let your body relax, and when your body is relaxed do not let your spirit slacken.

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„A science, however, would arise to deal with something separated from each of them“

—  Nicomachus Ancient Greek mathematician 60 - 120
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