I almost forgot my mid week quote today, thankfully I remembered just in time!
My chosen quote today is attributed to Paul Dirac (1902-1984) who was an English theoretical physicist who made fundamental contributions to the early development of quantum mechanics and quantum electrodynamics. Dirac is regarded as one of the most significant physicists of the 20th century.
“God used beautiful mathematics in creating the world.”
Paul Dirac (1982, attributed)
I hope everyone is having a good week so far. I have been trying to be good and keep to my fitness regime but I must admit in the heat today I wasn’t keen on exercising much.
The quote I have chosen today is by Henry David Thoreau born 12th July 1817 and died 6th May 1862. Thoreau was an American essayist, poet and philosopher.
“Success usually comes to those who are too busy to be looking for it.”
Henry David Thoreau
The chosen quote this week is by Philip Johnson (1906-2005) who was an American architect best known for his works of modern architecture.
“You shouldn’t talk about art, you should do it.”
Philip Johnson (1954)
It is quote time! My quote today is by the Scottish novelist, poet and Christian Minister George MacDonald.
“Work is not always required of a man. There is such a thing as sacred idleness.”
George MacDonald 1872
Yesterday was Terry Pratchett’s birthday so I decided that a Terry Pratchett quote was required. Pratchett is one of my favourite authors, I have read all of his Discworld books and many others. I used to eagerly await the latest publication and have the book preordered to either be delivered or picked up. In 2013 I read all the current published Discworld novels in publication order and loved every minute, it also helped me get through a particularly brutal Jury Duty case. So here is the quote…
“Stories of imagination tend to upset those without one.”
Terry Pratchett (1998)
Here is my chosen quote for today, which is attributed to Katharine Hepburn.
“If you obey all the rules, you miss all the fun.”
Katharine Hepburn (1991)
I hope this post finds you all well.
The quote I have chosen for today is by Helen Keller. Some of you might remember a poem by Rachel Rooney that I posted recently which was about this amazing woman Helen Keller, so I decided to choose a quote to share with you all. The poem is here.
At nineteen months of age Keller became deaf and blind but with aid of her teacher and family she learned to read, write and speak. At the age of twenty-four, she became the first deaf and blind person to receive a bachelor’s degree. Keller wrote a dozen books and many articles, she was also a world renowned public speaker, activist and advocate for people with disabilities.
Keller really was an incredible woman.
“Life is either a daring adventure or nothing.”
Helen Keller (1940)