Quote by Peggy Fleming
I think exercise tests us in so many ways, our skills, our hearts, our ability to bounce back after setbacks. This is the inner beauty of sports and competition, and it can serve us all well as adult athletes.
This quote emphasizes the multifaceted benefits of exercise and sports. It suggests that engaging in physical activities not only tests our physical abilities but also challenges our resilience and determination. Through participating in sports and competitions, individuals have the opportunity to strengthen their skills and confront setbacks, ultimately highlighting their inner beauty. These lessons learned through exercise can be carried into adulthood and benefit adult athletes in various aspects of their lives.
Denying the heaviness of the Italian crisis, during the news conference after the end of the G20 summit held in Cannes, 3-4 November 2011: The life in Italy is the life of a wealthy country, consumptions haven't diminished, it's hard to find seats on planes, our restaurants are full of people.
Because we have for millenia made moral, aesthetic, religious demands on the world, looked upon it with blind desire, passion or fear, and abandoned ourselves to the bad habits of illogical thinking, this world has gradually become so marvelously variegated, frightful, meaningful, soulful, it has acquired color - but we have been the colorists: it is the human intellect that has made appearances appear and transported its erroneous basic conceptions into things.