“Before God we are all equally wise and equally foolish” – Albert Einstein
“Victory belongs to the most persevering.” – Napoleon
“Turbulence was probably invented by the Devil on the seventh day of Creation when the Good Lord wasn’t looking.” Peter Bradshaw (1994)
“Ability is nothing without opportunity” –Napoleon
“There are senior people in organizations who are no leaders and we do what they say because they have authority over us, but we would not follow them. I know many people at the bottom of the organizations who are absolutely leaders, because they have chosen to look at the person on the left of them and they have chosen to look at the person on the right of them. This is what a leader is” – Simon Sinek
“Being honest may not get you many friends, but it will always get you the right ones” – John Lennon
“In a gentle way, you can shake the world” – Mahatma Gandhi
“I fear the day technology will surpass our human interaction. The world will have a generation of idiots.” – Albert Einstein
“Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.” George Bernard Shaw
“First they ignore you, then they ridicule you, then they fight you, and then you win.” – Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
“I was once afraid of people saying, “Who does she think she is?” Now I have the courage to stand and say, “This is who I am.” Oprah Winfrey
India was the motherland of our race, and Sanskrit the mother of Europe’s languages: she was the mother of our philosophy; mother, through the Arabs, of much of our mathematics; mother, through the Buddha, of the ideals embodied in Christianity; mother, through the village community, of self-government and democracy. Mother India is in many ways the mother of us all.
It is true that even across the Himalayan barrier India has sent to the west, such gifts as grammar and logic, philosophy and fables, hypnotism and chess, and above all numerals and the decimal system.
India will teach us the tolerance and gentleness of mature mind, understanding spirit and a unifying, pacifying love for all human beings. – Will Durant -The Case for India (1931)
The scientist does not study nature because it is useful to do so. He studies it because he takes pleasure in it, and he takes pleasure in it because it is beautiful. If nature were not beautiful it would not be worth knowing, and life would not be worth living. I am not speaking, of course, of the beauty which strikes the senses, of the beauty of qualities and appearances. I am far from despising this, but it has nothing to do with science. What I mean is that more intimate beauty which comes from the harmonious order of its parts, and which a pure intelligence can grasp. – Henri Poincare