Margaret B. Johnstone4578
Margaret B. Johnstone quotes:
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- The most important lesson that failure can teach is that there is something in the human spirit which is strengthened by disasters large and small. The greatest humans are those who, despite the most bitter setbacks, nevertheless keep right on going — surprising even themselves by their powers of perseverance. permalink
"How to Make Our Failures Pay Off" in Farm Journal (1893)
- Time is a fixed income and, as with any income, the real problem facing most of us is how to live successfully within our daily allotment. permalink
in Reader's Digest (1922)
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