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4 Life-Changing Aphorisms From Goethe’s Philosophy

#1 — Love is of the greatest value, so long as we are not carried away by it

Goethe in 1828, by Joseph Karl Stieler

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (August 28, 1749 — March 22, 1832) was a German polymath — a novelist, dramatist, scientist, poet, and diplomat for more than 10 years for the Republic of Weimar.




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Kamna Kirti

Kamna Kirti

Art enthusiast. I engage with art at a deep level. I also share insights about entrepreneurship, founders & nascent technologies.

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