„The right kind of leisure is better than the wrong kind of work.“

—  Baltasar Gracián Y Morales, buch The Art of Worldly Wisdom

Más vale el buen ocio que el negocio.
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The Art of Worldly Wisdom (1647)


Más vale el buen ocio que el negocio.

The Art of Worldly Wisdom (1647)

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spanischer Schriftsteller, Hochschullehrer und Jesuit 1601 - 1658

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—  John Maynard Keynes British economist 1883 - 1946

Not attributed to Keynes until after his death. The original quote comes from Carveth Read and is:
It is better to be vaguely right than exactly wrong.
Logic, deductive and inductive (1898), p. 351 http://www.gutenberg.org/files/18440/18440-h/18440-h.htm#Page_351

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—  Peter Shaffer, Equus

Equus (Longman, [1973] 1993), p. 11
Conferː "Tragedy, for me, is not a conflict between right and wrong, but between two different kinds of right."
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„I've learned…. That being kind is more important than being right.“

—  H. Jackson Brown, Jr. American writer 1940

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—  John Kenneth Galbraith, buch The Great Crash, 1929

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—  Amelia Earhart American aviation pioneer and author 1897 - 1937

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Kontext: No kind action ever stops with itself. One kind action leads to another. Good example is followed. A single act of kindness throws out roots in all directions, and the roots spring up and make new trees. The greatest work that kindness does to others is that it makes them kind themselves.

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—  Hermann von Helmholtz physicist and physiologist 1821 - 1894

"On the Conservation of Force" (1862), p. 280
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