Happy worker’s day! The best phrases to congratulate this May 1


On May 1, International Workers’ Day, It is usually used by millions of Spanish families to travel to cities other than their place of residence in order to enjoy a few days of rest.

The world is made up of millions of workers who, in their different positions, allow all citizens to get what we want at the right time. That is why, throughout history, great famous phrases have also been offered in literature on this aspect that should be remembered on a day like this. Below, we present a series of phrases to congratulate our friends and family on this day.

Phrases to congratulate on May 1

  • “Choose a job you love and you will never have to work a day in your life.” Confucius.
  • “The man who has found his job can consider himself blessed and not ask for greater happiness.” Thomas Carlyle.
  • “A leader is someone who knows the way, walks the way and shows it.” John C. Maxwell.
  • “Pray as if everything depended on God. Work as if everything depends on you.” San Agustin.
  • “Self-confidence is the first secret of success.” Ralp Waldo Emerson.
  • “Whenever they ask you if you can do a job, answer yes and immediately start learning how it is done.” Franklin D. Roosevelt.
  • “A machine can do the work of 50 ordinary men, but there is no machine that can do the work of one extraordinary man.” Elbert Hubbard.
  • “You can’t hope to build a better world without improving people. “Each of us must work for our own improvement.” Marie Curie.
  • “What you acquire with a lot of work, you love the more.” Aristotle.
  • “He who knows where the treasure is is not wise, but he who works and brings it out.” Francisco de Quevedo.
  • “I can’t stop working, I will have all eternity to rest.” Mother Teresa of Calcutta.
    “A sign that you are approaching a nervous breakdown is believing that your work is tremendously important.” Bertrand Russell.
  • “Whether you think you can do it or not, in both cases you are right.” Henry Ford.
  • “See if the job will be bad, they should pay you to do it.” Facundo Cabral.
  • “Work is the refuge of those who have nothing to do.” Oscar Wilde.
  • “Innovation distinguishes a leader from a follower.” Steve Jobs.
  • “Find happiness at work or you won’t be happy.” Christopher Columbus.
  • “Work at something so that the devil always finds you busy.” St Geronimo.
  • “Blessed is he who enjoys the sweetness of work without being its slave.” Benito Pérez Galdós.
  • “All people have the willingness to work creatively, what happens is that most never notice it.” Truman Capote.
  • “When work is a pleasure, life is beautiful. But when it is imposed on us, life is slavery.” Maxim Gorky.
  • “The tastiest bread and the most pleasant comfort are those earned with one’s own sweat.” Cesare Cantù.
  • “The reward for a job well done is the opportunity to do more work well done.” Jonas Edward Salk.
  • “I’m a big believer in luck, and I’ve discovered that the harder I work, the luckier I get.” Stephen Leacock.
  • “Rust due to lack of use wears out the tools much more than the work itself.” Benjamin Franklin.
  • “Work keeps three great evils away from us: boredom, vice and necessity.” Voltaire.
  • “No one can reach the top armed with talent alone. God gives talent, work transforms talent into genius.” Anna Pavlova.
  • “Blessed is he who maintains a profession that coincides with his hobby.” George Bernard Shaw.
  • “The work that is never started is the one that takes the longest to finish.” JRR Tolkien.
  • “If you cannot work with love but only with reluctance, it would be better for you to abandon work and sit at the door of the temple to receive alms from those who work with joy.” Khalil Gibran.
  • “When I work the most is when I don’t work. If I didn’t work, life would stop interesting me.” Joan Miro.
  • “Man was born to work, and only those who work with love and assiduity find fatigue light.” Saint John Bosco.
  • “Our work should make people dream.” Gianni Versace.
  • “The most productive work is that which comes out of the hands of a happy man.” Victor Pauchet.
  • “He works to prevent crimes so as not to need punishment”. Confucius.
  • “Work without haste is the greatest rest for the body.” Gregorio Marañón.

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