2016.05.05 - El Teide - Las Canadas - Tajinaste

Great & Truly Meaningful Quotes for Philosophical Thinking

Deprived of meaningful work,
men and women
lose their reason for existence;
they go stark,
raving mad.

Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoyevsky

(1821 – 1881, Russian novelist, essayist and philosopher)

Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life - Confucius

The two most important days
in your life
are the day
you are born
and the day
you find out why.

Samuel Langhorne Clemens,
better known by his pen name Mark Twain

(1835 – 1910, American author and humorist)

He who has a WHY
to live for
can bear
with almost any HOW.

Friedrich Nietzsche

(1844 – 1900, German scholar and philosopher)

Let us be kind
to one another,
for most of us
are fighting a hard battle.

Ian Maclaren, pseudonym of Rev. John Watson

(1850 – 1907, Scottish author and theologian)

One day,
in retrospect,
the years of struggle
will strike you
as the most beautiful.

Sigmund Freud

(1856 – 1939, Austrian neurologist,
known as the father of psychoanalysis)

We make a living
by what we get,
but we make a life
by what we give.

Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill

(1874 – 1965, British politician and Prime Minister of the UK)

The thinking
that got us
to where we are
is not the thinking
that will get us to
where we want to be.

Albert Einstein

(1879 – 1955, German-born theoretical physicist)

Everybody is a genius.
But if you judge a fish
by its ability
to climb a tree,
it will live
its whole life
it’s stupid.

Albert Einstein

(1879 – 1955, German-born theoretical physicist)

Promise me
you’ll always remember:
You’re braver
than you believe,
and stronger
than you seem,
and smarter
than you think.

Alan Alexander Milne

(1882 – 1956, English author, best known for
his books about the teddy bear Winnie-the-Pooh)

No one
is ever defeated
until defeat
has been accepted
as a reality.

Napoleon Hill

(1883 – 1970, American author of personal-success literature)

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