Bryce Courtenay was a South African story teller and a novelist acclaimed for his book ‘The Power of One’, which was among the bestsellers in Australia. Despite the fact that he started his literary career late in life, his works took podium when they hit the market. Bryce was an illegitimate child and was raised at an orphanage, where he was constantly bullied. To avoid getting bullied, he started telling stories at the age of 7 and realized that he was good at it. He came to Australia with the dream to pursue a literary career. His quotations and thoughts inspire us to overcome all the barriers and create a path for ourselves. He gave 34-year service to the advertising industry and ‘Louie the Fly’, ‘Milkybar Kid’, ‘Cadbury Yowie’ were concepts of his brain. After his son’s death, his literary career took shape, giving notable thoughts and works to the world. Bryce life stands an example to the saying “When life gives you lemons, make lemonade”. These quotes by Bryce Courtenay will guide you to change your life for better.
I had never seen a prison, nor had I even imagined one, but there is a racial memory in man that instinctively knows of these things. The architecture of misery has an unmistakable look and feel about it.
In this world there are very few things made from logic alone. It is illogical for man to be too logical. Some things we must just let stand. The mystery is more important than any possible explanation.