Leonardo da Vinci (15 April 1452- 2 May 1519) 1452 to May 2, 1519) was an Italian thinker with interests in painting, sculpture, architecture, science, music, mathematics, engineering, literature , Anatomy, geology, astronomy, botany, writing, history and cartography.
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1-I love those who can smile with problems, who can take forces of anguish and grow bravely by reflection. Those whose conscience approves of their conduct will pursue their principles to the death.
2-Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.
3-Once you have tasted the flight you will walk the earth and your eyes will look towards the sky, because once you have been there you will take a long time to return.
4-It has long come to my attention that people of achievement rarely sit and let things happen. They go outside and make things happen.
5-Just as courage endangers life, fear protects it.
6-While I thought I was learning how to live, I have been learning how to die.
7-A well-used day brings a happy dream.
8-The one who sows virtue collects honor.
9-Life is simple enough: you do some things. Most fail. Others work. You do more of those jobs. If it works better, others copy it quickly. Then you do something different. The trick is to do something different.
10-The biggest disappointments that man suffers are by his own opinions.
11-Art is never finished, only abandoned.
12-There are three kinds of men: those who see, those who see when it is shown and those who do not see.
13-Experience is not wrong, only your judgments are wrong in expecting from them what is not in their power.
14-Nothing strengthens both authority and silence.
15-Marriage is like putting your hand in a bag of snakes in the hope of getting an eel.
16-The most noble pleasure is the joy of understanding.
17-You can not have greater control over yourself.
18-I have been impressed with the urgency of doing. Knowing is not enough; We must apply. Being willing is not enough; we must do.
19-He who is subject to a star does not change his mind.
20-The truth about things is the main food of the higher minds.
21-I have offended God and humanity because my work has not reached the quality it should have.
22-Why does the eye see things more clearly in the dreams than in the imagination when we get up?
"I've wasted my hours.
24-The human foot is a masterpiece of engineering and a work of art.
25-All our knowledge has its origin in perception.
26-Nature never breaks its own laws.
27-The function of the muscle is to pull not to push, except in the case of the genitals and the tongue.
28-Water is the force that guides nature.
29-Life well spent is long.
30-When there are cries there is no true knowledge.
31-Anyone who conducts a discussion by appealing to authority is not using his intelligence; Is using his memory
32-Learning never tires the mind.
33-Although nature begins with reason and ends with experience, we must do the opposite, which is to begin with experience and from there proceed to investigate reason.
34-Whoever does not condemn evil, orders it to be done.
35-Tears come from the heart, not from the brain
36-Learn to see. Notice that everything is connected
37-The artist sees what others can only glimpse
38-A life without love, not life
39-The deeper the feeling, the greater the pain
40-To develop a complete mind: study the science of art, study the art of science
41-I woke up just to see that the rest of the world still sleeps.
42-Studying Without Desiring Spoils Memory
43-The first step to get anywhere is to decide that you will not stay where you are today
44-The time will come when men look at the number of murdered animals as much as they now look at the number of dead people
45-Where the spirit does not work with the hand, there is no art
46-The poet knows that he has achieved perfection not when there is nothing to add, but when there is nothing left to remove
47-Beauty dies with life, but immortalized in art
48-If you can, you should make the dead laugh
49-Just as iron is oxidized by lack of use and stagnant water becomes rotten, inactivity destroys the intellect
50-Common sense is that which judges what the rest of the senses perceive
51. Every artist should begin a canvas with a black bath, for all things in nature are dark, until they are exposed to light
52-Blind ignorance deceives us O unfortunate mortals, open your eyes!
53-Painting is poetry that can be seen, but not heard.
54-The intellectual passion exudes sensuality
55-Time is long enough for anyone to make use of it
56-My body will not be a tomb for other creatures
57-Poor of the pupil that does not surpass his teacher
58-A beautiful body perishes, but a piece of art never dies
59. Painting concerns all aspects of vision; Which are: Darkness, light, solidity and color, form and position, distance and propincuidad, movement and rest.
60-The natural desire of men of good is knowledge.
61-Medicine is the restoration of discordant elements, disease is the discord of the elements imbued in the body.
62-The smallest of felines is a piece of art
63-In the rivers, the water you touch is the last to pass and the first to come, so is the present.
64-Weight, strength and casual impulse together with resistance are the four external powers in which all the actions of mortals have their beginning and their end.
65-Our life is made by the death of others.
66-There are four powers: memory and intellect, desire and greed. The first two are elementary, and the other sensual.
67-It is easier to resist the beginning than the end
68. Nature is the source of true knowledge. It has its own logic, its own laws, has no effect without cause or invention without necessity.
69-All knowledge that ends in words will die as fast as it came to life, except for the written word: which is the mechanical part
70-Great men begin great works, the workers finish them
71-It is better to imitate the old work than the modern one
72. The spirit wants to remain in his body, because, without the organic instrument that is that body, it can not act or feel
Each man is always in the middle of the earth's surface and under the zenith of his own hemisphere.
74-He who wishes to be rich in one day will be hung in a year
75-As each divided kingdom fell, every mind divided among many studies is mistaken and undermines itself
76-Science is the captain and practice the soldier
77-I have always felt that it is my destiny to build a machine that will allow man to fly
78-If you are alone, you belong entirely to yourself
79-Knowledge of all things is possible
80-If you can not do what you want, you want what you can do
81-One has no right to love and hate anything but a deep knowledge of his nature has been acquired.
82-God sells us all things at the price of labor
84-The one who possesses the most must be more fearful of losing
85-Poetry is painting that can be heard but not seen