Pushkin was right!

“To the orders of God or muse be obedient. Don’t be afraid of insult, don’t demand the laurel wreath. Slander and praise receive with equal indifference.      And never argue with a fool.” This is from a poem Alexander Pushkin wrote in 1836. … [Read more...]

Immortal Words

To the orders of God or muse be obedient.                                                      Don’t be afraid of insult, don’t demand the laurel wreath. Slander and praise receive with equal indifference. And never argue with a fool.     Alexander … [Read more...]