By Alfred Nobel
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!
A strong woman doesn’t seek revenge. She moves on and lets karma do her dirty work.
Whether it is your work, your marriage, or anything else you do…it is up to you to make it wonderful.
Treat other people’s home as you want them to respect yours because what goes around comes around.
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.
I may not always be offered work, but I’ll always have my family.
The prime minister’s office is not something that one enjoys.
Himachal is my second home.
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.
A man’s homeland is wherever he prospers.
There is no pleasure in having nothing to do; the fun is having lots to do and not doing it.
I would not leave anything to a man of action as he would be tempted to give up work; on the other hand, I would like to help dreamers as they find it difficult to get on in life.
The test of one’s behavior pattern is their relationship to society, relationship to work, and relationship to sex.
Play is a child’s work and this is not a trivial pursuit.
The mathematical life of a mathematician is short. Work rarely improves after the age of twenty-five or thirty. If little has been accomplished by then, little will ever be accomplished.
It is easy to believe that life is long and one’s gifts are vast — easy at the beginning, that is. But the limits of life grow more evident; it becomes clear that great work can be done rarely, if at all.