By Alfred Adler
Forget about what you couldn’t achieve yesterday and think of the wonderful things today has for you. Work with all your might towards them to make your tomorrow extraordinarily bright. Good morning!
Aesthetic life is not something sophisticated – that’s a humanistic lie. Aesthetic life is as integral to being human as building sandcastles on the beach and giving your children names.
A strong woman doesn’t seek revenge. She moves on and lets karma do her dirty work.
Most times, how you treat your children is how they grow up to treat you.
Whether it is your work, your marriage, or anything else you do…it is up to you to make it wonderful.
Just as man can’t exist without his body, so no rights can exist without the right to translate one’s rights into reality, to think, to work and keep the results, which means: the right of property.
If it’s worth doing, it’s worth overdoing.
Whatever a man might do, whatever misery or heartache your children might give you – and they give you a lot – however much your parents irritate you – it doesn’t matter because you love them.
Taking care of children has nothing to do with politics. I think perhaps with time, instead of there being a politicization of humanitarian aid, there will be a humanization of politics.
I had to make a choice at one point in my life, of missing films or missing my children. It was a very easy decision to make because I missed my children so very much.
I may not always be offered work, but I’ll always have my family.
I can testify to what UNICEF means to children because I was among those who received food and medical relief right after World War II.
The prime minister’s office is not something that one enjoys.
Treat a work of art like a prince: let it speak to you first.
In action a great heart is the chief qualification. In work, a great head.
I am a sentimental guy, and occasionally, that lump in my throat when I speak has stopped my tongue from working.
Men of sense often learn from their enemies. It is from their foes, not their friends, that cities learn the lesson of building high walls and ships of war; and this lesson saves their children, their homes, and their properties.
Full of wiles, full of guile, at all times, in all ways, are the children of Men.
Children have a master to teach them, grown-ups have the poets.
Old age is second childhood.