|Page 18||“It is right in principle that those should be the best loved who have contributed most to the elevation of the human race and human life. But, if one goes on to ask who they are, one finds oneself in no inconsiderable difficulties. In the case of political, and even religious leaders, it is often very doubtful whether they have done more good or harm”|
|Page 18||“The true value of a human being is determined primarily by the measure and the sense in which he has attained to liberation from the self”|
|Page 31||“Thus do we mortals achieve immortality in the permanent things which we create in common.
If you always keep that in mind you will find meaning in life and work and acquire the right attitude towards other nations and ages.”
Source: The World As I See It. By: Albert Einstein