“Look deep into your own being and then you will understand everything better.
Not everything that can be counted matters, and not everything that counts can be counted.
The universe and human stupidity are infinite, but
I’m not sure about the universe.
It is easier to disintegrate an atom than a prejudice.
Life is a mystery, not a problem to be solved.
Reality is just an illusion, but a very persistent one.
The acquisition of the wonderful means of production did not bring freedom, but care and hunger.
The only sure way not to make mistakes is not to have new ideas.
Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds.
The intuitive mind is a divine gift, and the rational mind is its faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift.
If you’ve never made a mistake, you’ve never tried anything new.
It’s a miracle that curiosity also survives school education.
The most precious things in life are not those purchased with money.
The only way to escape the corrupting effect of praise is to keep working.
In scientific thought there is always a poetic element.
There are two ways to live your life: ONE – to believe that there are no miracles, ANOTHER – to believe that everything is a miracle.
The important thing is not to stop asking questions.
Imagination is more important than knowledge.
The school must always aim for the young person to leave its desks not as a specialist, but as a harmonious personality.
Any fool can know. The goal is to understand.
Wisdom is not the product of schooling, but of a lifetime’s attempt to acquire it.”