Quote by Thomas J. Watson
The great accomplishments of man have resulted from the transmission of ideas and enthusiasm.
This quote emphasizes the significance of sharing and communicating ideas, as well as the power of enthusiasm, in driving humanity's great accomplishments. It suggests that progress and achievements are not solely reliant on individual efforts, but heavily influenced by the exchange of thoughts and the contagiousness of enthusiasm. By sharing ideas and spreading enthusiasm, people can inspire and motivate others to collaborate, innovate, and ultimately contribute to the remarkable advancements made by mankind throughout history.
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Over the years, one comes to measure a place, too, not just for the beauty it may give, the balminess of its breezes, the insouciance and relaxation it encourages, the sublime pleasures it offers, but for what it teaches. The way in which it alters our perception of the human. It is not so much that you want to return to indifferent or difficult places, but that you want to not forget.