Leanardo da Vinci (Quote)

“Iron rusts from disuse; stagnant water loses its purity and in cold
weather becomes frozen; even so does inaction sap the vigor of the mind.
So we must stretch ourselves to the very limits of human possibility.”
~Leonardo da Vinci


12 thoughts on “Leanardo da Vinci (Quote)

    • Haha, not at all. If you like it enough to reblog it then definitely go for it πŸ™‚ . You could just hijack it to though, if you want. Copy, paste, and just share it in your own post. Da Vinci’s the only one that really deserves the credit on that one anyways, so either way seems viable to me πŸ˜‰ .


    • I know everyone seems to rag on it for being unreliable, but there’s always wikipedia. I’d probably by a biography though, if I ever came across one. That’s something I’d be interested in too, so maybe I ought to look into what biographies (if any) are out there about him.


      • The idea of reading texts written by a person who lived so long ago intrigues me definitely. The minds of those people with the social factors of those times is a recipe for excitement.

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