Herman Hesse Quotes and its meanings

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

Art Happiness Morning Patience Relationship Religion Smile Travel Wisdom

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What does Herman Hesse write about?

Herman Hesse has written on many topics but he is most famous for his work about art, happiness, morning, patience, relationship, religion, smile, travel & wisdom. People always share Art quotes, Happiness quotes, morning, patience, relationship, religion, smile, travel & wisdom from his literary works.

What are the top most famous quotes by Herman Hesse?

Here are the top most famous quotes by Herman Hesse.

  • Wisdom is nothing but a preparation of the soul, a capacity, a secret art of thinking, feeling and breathing thoughts of unity at every moment of life.
  • This happiness consisted of nothing else but the harmony of the few things around me with my own existence, a feeling of contentment and well-being that needed no changes and no intensification.
  • It was as if all of the happiness, all of the magic of this blissful hour had flowed together into these stirring, bittersweet tones and flowed away, becoming temporal and transitory once more.
  • For me, however, that beloved, glowing little word happiness has become associated with everything I have felt since childhood upon hearing the sound of the word itself.
  • It was morning through the high window I saw the pure, bright blue of the sky as it hovered cheerfully over the long roofs of the neighboring houses. It too seemed full of joy, as if it had special plans, and had put on its finest clothes for the occasion.
  • Writing is good, thinking is better. Cleverness is good, patience is better.
  • Among the letters my readers write me, there is a certain category which is continuously growing, and which I see as a symptom of the increasing intellectualization of the relationship between readers and literature.
  • The marvel of the Bhagavad-Gita is its truly beautiful revelation of life's wisdom which enables philosophy to blossom into religion.
  • When trying to remember my share in the glow of the eternal present, in the smile of God, I return to my childhood, too, for that is where the most significant discoveries turn up.
  • Until 1914 I loved to travel I often went to Italy and once spent a few months in India. Since then I have almost entirely abandoned travelling, and I have not been outside of Switzerland for over ten years.