Quote by Eugene O'Neill, Strange Interlud
Happiness hates the timid! So does science!
This quote suggests that both happiness and science require boldness and a willingness to take risks. Happiness often eludes those who are too cautious and afraid of stepping outside their comfort zones. Similarly, in the pursuit of scientific knowledge, those who are too afraid to question norms and challenge existing theories may struggle to make groundbreaking discoveries. Both happiness and the scientific process demand a certain level of fearlessness and courage to explore the unknown and break free from limitations.
I have no hesitation in saying that although the American woman never leaves her domestic sphere and is in some respects very dependent within it, nowhere does she enjoy a higher station. And if anyone asks me what I think the chief cause of the extraordinary prosperity and growing power of this nation, I should answer that it is due to the superiority of their women.
The Ping Eye 2 Beryllium One iron is my favorite club. All golfers fear and hate the One. It has no angle, no pitch, no loft . . . It is straight up and down, like a putter, and the chances of a normal person getting a ball up in the air with it are usually about 1,000 to 1 against . . . The one iron is a confidence crusher, a Fear Trip, with almost certain guarantee of Shame, Failure, Dumbness, and Humiliation if you ever use it in public. Few PGA pros ever touch the One, and most amateurs won't even carry it in their bags. The One is so ugly, they will tell you, so evil an wrong by nature that its mere presence in the bag poisons all the other clubs.