„It is important to do everything with passion, it embellishes life enormously.“

—  Lev Landau, Главное, делайте всё с увлечением, это страшно украшает жизнь. in a letter to his niece Maya Bessarab, as quoted by her in [Lev Landau, biography, Moscovskiy Rabochiy (Moscow Worker), 1971]

Главное — делайте всё с увлечением: это страшно украшает жизнь.

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1908 - 1968

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