Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Rules of work

Albert Einsten, who doesn't know this genius? I've always loved this quotes. The great thing about him is that he doesn't always talk about science, math, numbers and so on but he was also capable of talking about love and life. I've once made a posting about Albert Einstein's note on Love and Life. You can read it here. The note was so amazing. I think he really was able to get into our thoughts when talking about anything. No wonder his name is still alive until now. Here are the first two paragraphs of Albert Einsten's "Love & Life":
Sometimes in our relentless effort to find the person we love, we fail to recognize and appreciate the people who love us. We miss out on so many beautiful things simply because we allow ourselves to be enslaved by our own selfish concerns.

Go for the man/woman of deeds and not for the man/woman of words, for you will find rewarding happiness, not with the man/woman you love but with the man/woman who loves you more.
The best lovers are those capable of loving from a distance far enough to allow the person to grow but never too far to feel the love within your being.

And here's another quote of him about rules of work. It really suits my mood right now...And once again, Albert Einstein's quote can lift me up and make me stand up once again...

Albert Einstein, three rules of work
1. Out of clutter, find simplicity.
2. From discord, find harmony.
3. In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity.