Sudha Murthy's Most Profound Quotes

Sudha Murthy's work reflects a deep commitment to social welfare, education, and the betterment of society, here are the most profound quotes by her.

Sudha Most Profound Quotes

“Life is an exam where the syllabus is unknown and question papers are not set. Nor are there model answer papers.”

“Experience has taught me that honesty is not the mark of any particular class nor is it related to education or wealth. It cannot be taught at any university. In most people, it springs naturally from the heart.”

“At twenty, if you are not an idealist, then you don’t have a heart. And if you continue being an idealist at forty, then you don’t have a brain.”

“When someone gets cheated, that person gets upset not because they have lost money but because he or she realizes that they have been foolish enough to be tricked by someone.”

“There is a difference between loneliness and solitude. Loneliness is boring, whereas in solitude you can inspect and examine your deeds and your thoughts.”

“Most people share a yearning to be something bigger than them. Something they can be excited about and something that will challenge them to go beyond being average.”

“Every philanthropist has a soft corner for one issue. For me, it is health, because my father was a doctor.”

“Growing up, I dreamt of being economically independent because I always believed women should be so.”

“We should always have some aim in life which we must try to achieve while being of help to others.”

“Vision without action is merely a dream; action without vision is merely passing time; but vision and action together can change the world.”