- Todo saldrá en la colada.
- They were kept in the dark, squatting there with nothing to dwell upon beyond the fact they were unclean. Even the touch of their shadow would sour the land, blighting crops that grew there....At the end of their confinement they were led out blinking into the harsh and masculine glare of the sun. Their clothing was taken from them and destroyed. Their anger in darkness turning, unreleased, unspoken, it's mouth a red wound...
- Their anger in darkness turning, unreleased, unspoken, it's mouth a red wound, its eyes hungry...hungry for the moon.
- Alan Moore, Swamp Thing #40 The Curse
- I'll purge and leave sack and live cleanly.
Hoyt's New Cyclopedia Of Practical Quotations
- Quotes reported in Hoyt's New Cyclopedia Of Practical Quotations (1922), p. 122.
- For cleanness of body was ever esteemed to proceed from a due reverence to God, to society, and to ourselves.
- Francis Bacon, Advancement of Learning.
- He that toucheth pitch shall be defiled therewith.
- Ecclesiasticus, XIII. 1.
- God loveth the clean.
- Koran, Chapter LX.
- If dirt was trumps, what hands you would hold!
- Charles Lamb, Lamb's Suppers, Volume II. Last Chapter.
- The doctrines of religion are resolved into carefulness; carefulness into vigorousness; vigorousness into guiltlessness; guiltlessness into abstemiousness; abstemiousness into cleanliness; cleanliness into godliness.
- Talmud. Division of Mishna, as translated by Dr. A. S. Bettelheim. Religious zeal leads to cleanliness, cleanliness to purity, purity to godliness, godliness to humility to the fear of sin. Rabbi Pinhasben-Jaïr—Commentary on the lines from the Talmud. See also Talmudde Jerusalem, by Schwab, IV. 16. Commentary on the treatise Schabbath. Schul—Sentences of Proverbes du Talmud et du Midrasch. 463.
- Then bless thy secret growth, nor catch
At noise, but thrive unseen and dumb;
Keep clean, be as fruit, earn life, and watch,
Till the white-winged reapers come.
- Henry Vaughan, The Seed Growing Secretly.
- Certainly this is a duty, not a sin. "Cleanliness is indeed next to godliness."
- John Wesley, Sermon XCII, On Dress. Quoted by Rowland Hill as a saying of Whitefield's.