miércoles, 5 de marzo de 2014

Out of my Later Years (Albert Einstein)

Recientemente terminé la lectura de un libro autobiográfico de Einstein. Un par de frases quedaron grabadas en mi memoria. Frases que ahora comparto con mis amables lectores.

Out of My Later Years (Albert Einstein)

What does a fish know about the water in which he swims all his life?

I am firmly convinced that the passionate will for justice and truth has done more to improve man’s condition than calculating political shrewdness which in the long run only breeds general distrust1. Who can doubt that Moses was a better leader of humanity than Machiavelli?

Man should not have to work for the achievement of the necessities of life to such an extent that he has neither time nor strength for personal activities.

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