Super Quotes #7 — The beauty of time, real courage, and real research
The beauty of time (Lisa Kogan), real courage (Franklin D. Roosevelt), and real research (Albert Einstein).
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“Even the worst haircut eventually grows out.”
— Lisa Kogan
Time heals all pains, fixes all problems, and forgets all sorrows.
"Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the assessment that something else is more important than fear.”
— Franklin D. Roosevelt
Facing your fears becomes a lot easier when you look at them in the right way.
It’s fair to admit that they’re scary, uncomfortable, perhaps even painful.
To be courageous is to acknowledge that you’re scared, but in spite of that stay strong and push past your fears because there’s something more important to you at stake.
“If we knew what it was we were doing, it would not be called research, would it?”
― Albert Einstein
Some challenges you face in life won't have any apparent solution, and that's OK.
Trying, failing, learning, and getting better over time are part of the process. You must embrace it, knowing that if you’re going through those experiences that you’re on the right track.