Everything Was Beautiful And Nothing Hurt.
A→B Life (2002)
Everything Was Beautiful And Nothing Hurt.
— John Fisher, 1st Baron Fisher Royal Navy admiral of the fleet 1841 - 1920
Letter to Churchill, dated 9 Sept 1917.
Original held in Churchill Archives Centre, Cambridge, file reference FISR 1/25/40-41 https://janus.lib.cam.ac.uk/db/node.xsp?id=EAD%2FGBR%2F0014%2FFISR%201%2F25
Also mentioned in Memories, p. 78. https://archive.org/stream/memoriesbyadmira00fishuoft#page/78/mode/1up
— Fatimah daughter of Muhammad and Khadijah 604 - 632
Majlisi, Bihārul Anwār, vol.29, p. 216 ; al-Tabarsi, al-Ihtijāj, vol.1, p. 132-141.
Контексте: Oh Muslims! Is my inheritance usurped? Oh son of Abu Quhafa (Abu Bakr), is it in the Book of Allah that you inherit your father and I do not inherit my father? Surely you have done a strange thing! Did you intendedly desert the Book of Allah and turned your back on it? Allah said: "And Solomon was David's heir." (27:16); and said about John son of Zechariah: "Grant me from Thyself an heir, who should inherit me and inherit from the children of Jacob." (19:5-6) and said: "And the possessors of relationships are nearer to each other in the ordinance of Allah." (8:75), and He said: "Allah enjoins you concerning your children: The male shall have the equal of the portion of two females." (4:11), and He said: "Bequest is prescribed for you when death approaches one of you, if he leaves behind wealth for parents and near relatives." (2:180). You claimed that I have no position, and no inheritance from my father, and there is no kinship between us. So did Allah distinguish you with a verse, from which He excluded my father? Or do you say: people of two religions do not inherit each other? Am I and my father not of one religion? Or are you more aware of the Qur’an than my father and my cousin? So, here it is before you! Take it with its noseband and saddle! It shall dispute with you on the Day of Punishment; what a fair judge Allah is, the master (of the inheritance) is Muhammad, and the appointment is the Day of Resurrection. At the time of the Hour the wrongdoers shall lose, and it shall not benefit you to regret then! For every Message, there is a time limit, and ye shall know to whom a punishment that will confound him comes, and upon whom a lasting doom will fall.
— Cassandra Clare, книга City of Heavenly Fire
Jace Herondale and Alec Lightwood, pg. 33
Источник: The Mortal Instruments, City of Heavenly Fire (2014)
„I’m going out of my mind, oh, oh; with a pain that stops and starts; like a corkscrew to my heart; Ever since we’ve been apart“
— Bob Dylan American singer-songwriter, musician, author, and artist 1941
Song lyrics, Blood on the Tracks (1975), You're a Big Girl Now
„Sleep is a death; oh, make me try
By sleeping what it is to die,
And as gently lay my head
On my grave as now my bed.“
— Thomas Browne, книга Religio Medici
Religio Medici (1643), Part II
„I can feel it coming in the air tonight, oh Lord.
And I've been waiting for this moment for all my life, Oh Lord.
Can you feel it coming in the air tonight, oh Lord, oh Lord.“
— Phil Collins English musician, songwriter and actor 1951
"In the Air Tonight"
Face Value (1981)
„Oh my life is changing everyday
In every possible way
And oh my dreams
It's never quite as it seems
Never quite as it seems.“
— Dolores O'Riordan Irish singer 1971 - 2018
"Dreams"; first released as a single (29 September 1992)
Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We? (1993)
— Руслана Коршунова fashion model 1987 - 2008
"Model's Web rants pined for love" in Daily News (29 June 2009)
— Ezra Koenig American rock musician 1984
„Men are the weak ones, luv. Didn't you know? Oh, you make a lot of noise, but its the women who are strong. Where it counts. In 'ere“
— Jennifer Donnelly, книга The Tea Rose
Источник: The Tea Rose
— William Pitt the Younger British politician 1759 - 1806
Lord Stanhope, Life of the Right Honourable William Pitt https://archive.org/stream/liferighthonour04stangoog/liferighthonour04stangoog_djvu.txt
Lord Rosebery reports it as "my country! how I leave my country!" in Pitt https://archive.org/stream/pittrose00roseuoft/pittrose00roseuoft_djvu.txt (London: Macmillan, 1891), and attributes "O my country! How I love my country!" to Benjamin Disraeli.
See also Oxford Dictionary of Quotations, pg 456.