„Life passes; work is permanent. It is all going — fleeting and withering. Youth goes. Mind decays. That which is done remains. Through ages, through eternity, what you have done for God, that, and only that, you are. Deeds never die.“

—  Фредерик Уильям Робертсон, Dictionary of Burning Words of Brilliant Writers (1895), P. 119.
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английский богослов 1816 - 1853
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