Quote by Sylvester Stallone
Success is usually the culmination of controlling failure.
This quote suggests that attaining success often involves managing and learning from failures. It implies that failure is not necessarily a setback or an obstacle to success, but rather an essential part of the journey. By effectively navigating and overcoming failures, one can gain valuable experience, insights, and resilience that ultimately lead to success. It emphasizes the importance of embracing failures as opportunities for growth and leveraging them to achieve desired goals.
There is, after all, no moral difference between the bigot and the tolerator. They are from case to case positive or negative. One man is bigoted because he was given the sword of truth, another because he is angered in thoughtlessness; then, one man is tolerant because he was given the flag of peace, another because he is cowardly and wishes to hide all guilt.