Alfred Polgar Quotes | Quotes by Alfred Polgar
1Work is what you do so that sometime you won't have to do it anymore.
2It is best never to have been born. But who among us has such luck? One in a million, perhaps.
3When everyone leaves you it's loneliness you feel, when you leave everyone else it's solitude.
4It would be a miracle, for example, if I dropped a stone and it rose upwards. But is it no miracle that it falls to the ground?
5The striking aphorism requires a stricken aphorist.
6Too often man handles life as he does the bad weather. He whiles away the time as he waits for it to stop.
7It is the destiny of the emigrant that the foreign land does not become his homeland: his homeland becomes foreign.
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