Andrzej Majewski

Andrzej Majewski, (born in November 12, 1966 in Wrocław), is a Polish aphorist, writer, columnist and photographer. He graduated from The Economics Academy of Wrocław. He is the author of "Aphorisms and Sentences Which Shake the World, or Not..." (1999), "Aphorisms That are Magnum in Parvo" (2000) and "Aphorisms for Every Occasion" (2007) also photo album “Ephemeralness of Eternity” (2005).

His life

Winner of the H. Steinhaus Aphorist Competition (1995) and awarded in the S. J. Lec Competition (2000), his aphorisms have been published in many Polish and international anthologies and translated into many languages "e.g.", English, German, Hebrew, Greek, Russian, Romanian, Czech and Korean. His output was used by Polish governments several times for abroad events, for example his aphoristic works promote Polish culture in Germany as a part of 2005/2006 – The German-Polish Year and European Independence Celebration by the countries of Eastern Europe – “39-89” (2009). He is the author of the rhyme fairy tale, Adam the Tireless Wanderer (2002) and rhyme guide for children, 102 Advices For Wise, Polite and Naughty Children (2003). His poems and stories for children have been published in textbooks and children's press. He also is the author of impressionistic photographs:

Recent exhibitions from Majewski are: Wrocław – Municipal Museum Town Hall (2004), Warszawa – The Capital Museum of Warsaw (2005), Seoul – Korea - Photo Gallery (2007). He was awarded on Korea International Photography Contest Donga for “Ephemeralness of Eternity” (2007). Majewski is President of the Sapere Aude Foundation, president of the ecological society, Our Wrocław, he is a social worker, organizer of competitions and events for young people, a member of Mensa and WKS Śląsk Wrocław, co-founder and member of Automobile Club of Wrocław, and vice-champion of the Polish Really Cup for Automobile Clubs (1998). Andrzej Majewski was decorated the medal: Meritorious for Polish Culture by The Ministry of Culture and National Heritage (2008).

Some examples of his aphorisms


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