Bernard Shaw We do not have the right to consume happiness without producing it

George Bernard Shaw is the only person,who received both the Nobel Prize in Literature, and the Oscar. He was a brilliant critic of his era and one of the most famous playwrights who wrote in English.

  • The world consists of idlers who want to have money without working, and idiots who are ready to work are not rich.
  • Nature does not tolerate emptiness: where people do not know the truth, they fill the gaps with conjecture.
  • A rational person adapts to the world; the unreasonable tries to adapt the world to himself. Therefore, progress always depends on the unreasonable.
  • Man - as a brick: firing, it hardens.
  • Try to get what you love, otherwise you'll have to fall in love with what you got.
  • The only lesson that can be learned from history is that people do not learn from history any lessons.
  • If you have an apple and I have an apple, andif we exchange these apples, then you and I still have one apple. And if you have an idea and I have an idea and we exchange ideas, then each of us will have two ideas.
  • Common sense and industriousness compensate in you for lack of talent, whereas you can be a genius of genius, but foolishly ruin your life.
  • He who can, does, does not know how - he teaches others.
  • The greatest sin with respect to one's neighbor is not hatred, but indifference; here is the vertex of inhumanity.
  • It is easier to live with a passionate woman than with a boring woman. True, they are sometimes throttled, but rarely abandoned.
  • The ideal husband is a man who believes that he has the perfect wife.
  • Love men. They really need your love. Even if they never admit it. Behind every great man there is always a woman who believed in him. And she really loved.
  • Dance is a vertical expression of horizontal desire.
  • To be able to endure loneliness and enjoy it is a great gift.
  • The only one who acted wisely was mytailor. He took my measurements every time he saw me, while all the others approached me with old standards, expecting that I would match them.
  • The newspaper is a printed organ that does not see the difference between a fall from a bicycle and a collapse of civilization.
  • Learned to speak - then grown up, learned to remain silent - so wised up.
  • Now that we have learned to fly through the air like birds, to swim underwater like fish, we lack only one thing: to learn to live on earth as people.

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Bernard Shaw We do not have the right to consume happiness without producing it

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Bernard Shaw We do not have the right to consume happiness without producing it

Bernard Shaw We do not have the right to consume happiness without producing it

Bernard Shaw We do not have the right to consume happiness without producing it

Bernard Shaw We do not have the right to consume happiness without producing it

Bernard Shaw We do not have the right to consume happiness without producing it

Bernard Shaw We do not have the right to consume happiness without producing it

Bernard Shaw We do not have the right to consume happiness without producing it

Bernard Shaw We do not have the right to consume happiness without producing it

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