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Mardy Grothe - 2002 - 126 pages
|—G. K. Chesterton "Art produces ugly things which frequently become beautiful |
with time. Fashion . . . produces beautiful things which always become ugly with
time." —Jean Cocteau "A fool often fails because he thinks what is difficult is easy
|Anonymous I am not discouraged, because every wrong attempt discarded is |
another step forward. ... A Course In Miracles A fool often fails because he thinks
what is difficult is easy, and a wise man because he thinks what is easy is difficult.
|Horace "The wise make proverbs, and fools repeat them." — Isaac Disraeli "A |
fool often fails because he thinks what is difficult is easy." — John Churton Collins
"There are two kinds of fools: those who can't change rneir opinions and those ...
|There are more fools than knaves in the world, else the knaves would not have |
enough to live upon. - Butler, Samuel Any fool can ... Cicero, Marcus T. A fool
often fails because he thinks what is difficult is easy. - Collins, John Churton A
|AARON ALLSTON I l)illit'ull_\ I All excellent things are as difiicult as they are rare. |
l$\llli(III Sl'IN()Z.\ Clever people master life; the wise illuminate it and create ...
JEAN 0|; LA lmuvtmz A fool often fails because he thinks what is difficult is easy.
|Charles Lamb The man or woman who concentrates on "things" can hardly be |
trusted to use those "things" for the ... Mark Twain A fool often fails because he
thinks what is difficult is easy, and a wise man because he thinks what is easy is ...
|\Yhen things were going right his task was easy enough, and he could make the |
boss laugh often and nproariously. But every time ... The latest joke songs, rag
time and smartest monologues utterly failed. Only the familiar ... Here I am
working hard almost every day because I can't keep the boss in continual good
spirits. And yet his ... But that night, as the fool lighted the lamp in his little hall
bedroom, he noticed his own shadow against the wall, and it was as big as a
giant's. This was ...
Edward Jewitt Wheeler - 1917
|satisfactory man in the institutional LTHO fools are perhaps not so numerous as |
some hasty generalizers infer from their ... Thus the eminent educator fails not so
much because he is a fool but because he is a certain kind of fool. ... “The cause
for the unusual percentage of morons in teaching is that it is so easy to go from
the student's side of the desk to the teacher's. ... he talks with them about morals
and religion; when he tries to raise money for the col— lege, he thinks ethics
|As often as not, when it comes to turning round he refuses to budge. ... They go |
on doing the easy thing, which is to repeat what they have already said and done
, and they avoid the difficult thing, which is to say a new thing and ... weak man
sticks to his point because he is afraid his pride will suffer if he gives in. He thinks
he will look a fool. ... It was a huge sum, and he tried hard, but he failed to get it.
|Because they don't want to do things they don't like or things they may find |
uncomfortable or unpleasant. ... Furthermore, they don't think they should have to
do things that are too hard or might be a hassle, and they may hope that what ...
Some procrastinators are afraid to fail; they feel inadequate because they cannot
live up to their unrealistic, ... Often, procrastinators get so frustrated that they just
give up or try to find easier ways to complete the task— a strategy that may not