Albert Camus

1913 - 1960

A Quote by Albert Camus on certainty and success

The look of success, when it is worn a certain way, would infuriate a jackass.

Albert Camus (1913 - 1960)

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A Quote by Albert Camus on correction, history, indifference, and misery

To correct a natural indifference I was placed half-way between misery and the sun. Misery kept me from believing that all was well under the sun, and the sun taught me that history wasn't everything.

Albert Camus (1913 - 1960)

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A Quote by Albert Camus on failure, good, men, and world

More and more, when faced with the world of men, the only reaction is one of individualism. Man alone is an end unto himself. Everything one tries to do for the common good ends in failure.

Albert Camus (1913 - 1960)

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A Quote by Albert Camus on happiness, life, and meaning

You will never be happy if you continue to search for what happiness consists of. You will never live if you are looking for the meaning of life.

Albert Camus (1913 - 1960)

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A Quote by Albert Camus on happiness, lies, nature, and selfishness

I enjoyed my own nature to the fullest, and we all know that there lies happiness, although, to soothe one another mutually, we occasionally pretend to condemn such joys as selfishness.

Albert Camus (1913 - 1960)

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A Quote by Albert Camus on concern and happiness

To be happy, we must not be too concerned with others.

Albert Camus (1913 - 1960)

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A Quote by Albert Camus on body and heart

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When the body is sad, the heart languishes.

Albert Camus (1913 - 1960)

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A Quote by Albert Camus on future, people, and relationships

Human relationships always help us to carry on because they always presuppose further developments, a future - and also because we live as if our only task was precisely to have relationships with other people.

Albert Camus (1913 - 1960)

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A Quote by Albert Camus on labor, mountains, punishment, reason, and thought

The gods had condemned Sisyphus to ceaselessly rolling a rock to the top of a mountain, whence the stone would fall back of its own weight. They had thought with some reason that there is no more dreadful punishment than futile and hopeless labor.

Albert Camus (1913 - 1960)

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A Quote by Albert Camus on future, generosity, giving, lies, and present

Real generosity toward the future lies in giving all to the present.

Albert Camus (1913 - 1960)

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