Andre Maurois Quotes and its meanings

Andre Maurois has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

Age Alone Art Business Family Fitness Happiness Intelligence Marriage Romantic Smile Time Truth War Women Work

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What does Andre Maurois write about?

Andre Maurois has written on many topics but he is most famous for his work about age, alone, art, business, family, fitness, happiness, intelligence, marriage, romantic, smile, time, truth, war, women & work. People always share Age quotes, art, business, family, fitness, happiness, intelligence, marriage & romantic from his literary works.

What are the top most famous quotes by Andre Maurois?

Here are the top most famous quotes by Andre Maurois.

  • Growing old is no more than a bad habit which a busy person has no time to form.
  • Old age is far more than white hair, wrinkles, the feeling that it is too late and the game finished, that the stage belongs to the rising generations. The true evil is not the weakening of the body, but the indifference of the soul.
  • An artist must be a reactionary. He has to stand out against the tenor of the age and not go flopping along.
  • Without a family, man, alone in the world, trembles with the cold.
  • Memory is a great artist. For every man and for every woman it makes the recollection of his or her life a work of art and an unfaithful record.
  • Business is a combination of war and sport.
  • The most important quality in a leader is that of being acknowledged as such. All leaders whose fitness is questioned are clearly lacking in force.
  • The first recipe for happiness is: avoid too lengthy meditation on the past.
  • Self-pity comes so naturally to all of us. The most solid happiness can be shaken by the compassion of a fool.
  • People are what you make them. A scornful look turns into a complete fool a man of average intelligence. A contemptuous indifference turns into an enemy a woman who, well treated, might have been an angel.