Quote by Neil Gaiman
Sometimes the best way to learn something is by doing it wrong and looking at what you did.
This quote suggests that learning can be enhanced through making mistakes and reflecting on them. It implies that attempting something and making errors provides valuable insights and understanding. By analyzing what went wrong, individuals can gain a deeper understanding of the correct approach. This quote emphasizes the significance of experiential learning and the importance of failure as a stepping stone towards improvement and success.
The sad thing is, I was discovering that you almost have to make a joke of being good to strangers. Up and down the country, these people doing their good deeds were doubtless being seen as slightly eccentric, when in reality and in an ideal world they should be deemed the most normal people of all.
Women are in bondage; their clothes are a great hindrance to their engaging in any business which will make them pecuniarily independent, and since the soul of womanhood never can be queenly and noble so long as it must beg bread for its body, is it not better, even at the expense of a vast deal of annoyance, that they whose lives deserve respect and are greater than their garments should give an example by which woman may more easily work out her own emancipation?