Greek Philosopher, One of Seven Sages of Greece, Astronomer and Geometer
"A happy man is he who is healthy in body, resourceful in soul and of a readily teachable nature."
"Hope is the only good that is common to all men; those who have nothing else possess hope still."
"I will be sufficiently rewarded if when telling it to others you will not claim the discovery as your own, but will say it was mine."
"Nothing is more active than thought, for it travels over the universe, and nothing is stronger than necessity for all must submit to it."
"Nothing is more ancient than God, for He was never created; nothing more beautiful than the world, it is the work of that same God; nothing is more active than thought, for it flies over the whole universe; nothing is stronger than necessity, for all must submit to it."
"Recognizing yourself is the hardest thing in life, these are three famous quotes of Thales; it expresses the general usage to the human being."
"Thought is more active than anything, for it activities over the universe, and nil is stronger than need for all must present to it."
"Who is happy? This is a person, who has a healthy body, is dowered with peace of mind and cultivates his talents."