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|To succeed means that you may have to step out of line and march to the sound |
of your own drummer. - Degreen, Keith Success is counted sweetest by those
who never succeed. - Dickinson, Emily I do not like to repeat successes, I like to
|—Erma Bombeck The worst part of having success is to try finding someone who |
is happy for you. —Bette Midler Behind every ... —Benjamin Franklin (1706–1790
) Success is counted sweetest by those who never succeed. —Emily Dickinson ...
|Success is Counted Sweetest by Those Who Never Succeed A person |
whoalways stands firstcan never realiseits value as comparedto one
wholosesfirst positionby afew marks everytime. On the otherhand, if one
doesnever dream about first ...
|But he also knows that he will never be able to detach his professional career |
from his private self: He had come prepared to ... illustration of Emily Dickinson's
famous poem about those who never succeed: "Success is counted sweetest.
|Emily Dickinson's Travels Never left home, they said, but she traveled beyond |
and deep within where internal ... unsure of the source of the song or what it
signified, certain only that success was counted sweetest by those who never
|She and Walt Whitman are our two poetic grandparents, yet he had never heard |
of her, and she, when asked for her ... sweetest. (67). Success is counted
sweetest By those who ne'er succeed. To comprehend a nectar Requires sorest
|She never once wanted a perfect life; it was a happy life she had always prayed |
for. Finally, it was Karaoke ... Savitri recalled the famous lines by Emily Dickenson
: 'Success is counted sweetest by those who never succeed. To comprehend ...
|Dan Mulvey. 14. On our annual trek to Newport, Rhode Island, one of the first |
stops is the Aquidnic Lobster Company to purchase the biggest lobsters
available. 15. Success is counted sweetest by those who never succeed, by
those who ...
|The following are some of her famous paradoxical utterances: Success is |
counted sweetest By those who never succeed.15 A wounded Deer-leaps
highest- I've heard the Hunger tell-16 X X X X To learn the transport - by the Pain
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|Paternalistic, he nonetheless told them to heed their internal compass and, as if |
echoing Dickinson, to determine — as he must — how they define success.
Success is counted sweetest, she had said, by those who never succeed.