Quote: Albert Camus

(1913 – 1960)

French philosopher, author, and journalist. Author of The Stranger, The Plague, The Myth of Sisyphus, The Fall, and The Rebel.

Awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1957

For years the only part of this quote that I knew and loved was the part about invincible summer. Recently, I was delighted to find the entire quote.

I have many snow scene photos, but I chose this image because it better shows how bleak winter can feel.
A perfect way to spend a summer day, reading in the Rose Garden at Point Defiance Park.
Glorious summer roses at Pt. Defiance.
Images to carry in your heart when it’s winter.
Soft and delicate, but resilient.
Brightness emerging from the dark.

4 thoughts on “Quote: Albert Camus”

    1. Thanks, Judy! I’m glad you liked my post. It seems that this quote is always timely, but especially so now. This is a great time to visit the PD Rose Garden.

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  1. Thank you for posting this wonderful quote from Camus. With so much hate all around us right now, we really need to be reminded of our strength, of pushing back against hatred.

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