Dealing with Life's Problems
Progress depends upon what we are, rather than upon what
we may encounter.
- Henry Clay Trumbull
when she adds difficulties, adds brains.
- Ralph Waldo Emerson
problem contains the seeds of its own solution.
- Stanley Arnold
has the effect of eliciting talents which in prosperous
circumstances would have lain dormant.
are but the pillars of success.
- Welsh Proverb
is tried by fire, brave men by adversity.
is only in the midst of difficulties that one is really
tested. - Mahatma Gandhi
annoyance patiently, and fight bravely against obstacles.
- Mayer Anselm Bauer von Rothschild
problems become smaller if you don't dodge them but confront
them. Touch a thistle timidly, and it pricks you; grasp
it boldly, and its spines crumble.
- William S. Halsey
is discipline through which we advance.
- William Ellery Channing
is not ease, but effort; not faculty, but difficulty,
that makes a man.
is the old lesson—a worthy purpose, patient energy for
its accomplishment, a resoluteness undaunted by difficulties,
and then success.
- W. M. Punshon
is only exempt from failures who makes no efforts.
- Richard Whately
failures as stepping-stones to further effort.
- The President of the London
Chamber of Commerce, circa early 1900s
not yield to misfortunes, but meet them on the contrary
adversity a man is saved by hope.
archer who misses the target turns to himself and not
to another for the cause of his failure.
is the most wretched of men who has never experienced
- Latin Proverb
child, through stumbling, learns to walk erect. Every
fall is a fall upward.
- Theodore Parker
greatest men have been those who have cut their way to
success through difficulties.
- F. W. Robertson