Quote by Brian Tracy
Those people who develop the ability to continuously acquire new and better forms of knowledge that they can apply to their work and to their lives will be the movers and shakers in our society for the indefinite future.
This quote emphasizes the importance of continuous learning and adaptability. It suggests that individuals who consistently seek out and gain new knowledge, and effectively apply it to both their professional and personal lives, will be the influential figures in society in the long term. In an ever-changing world, those who stay abreast of new developments and adapt their thinking and actions accordingly are likely to be successful and impactful. This quote serves as a reminder of the significance of lifelong learning and its potential to shape one's position in society.
In the early days of the December that my father was to die, my younger brother brought me the news that I was a Jew. I was then a transplanted Englishman in America, married, with one son and, though unconsoled by any religion, a nonbelieving member of two Christian churches. On hearing the tidings, I was pleased to find that I was pleased.
- Non era stato coraggioso, restando lÃ¬ fermo a farsi pungere - disse Coraline al gatto. - Non era stato coraggioso perchÃ© non aveva avuto paura: quella era l'unica cosa che potesse fare. Ma quando era tornato a riprendersi gli occhiali, sapendo che lÃ¬ c'erano le vespe, aveva avuto veramente paura. Quello era stato vero coraggio. - Mosse il primo passo lungo il corridoio. Sentiva odore di chiuso, di polvere e di umidit? . Il gatto avanzata lentamente accanto a lei. - E perchÃ© mai? - le domandÃ² il gatto, con un tono che rivelava scarso interesse. - PerchÃ© - disse Coraline - quando hai paura di qualcosa, ma la fai comunque, quello Ã¨ coraggio.