Wells on Tenacity

August 12, 2021 pwm1

If you fell down yesterday, stand up today.

—H.G. Wells (1920, by George Charles Beresford; Public Domain

No matter the odds, never quit. Everything we do has an effect—from start to finish (of an epoch). No matter how forcefully knocked down, always stand back up and start moving forward once again. Whatever the pace, keep moving forward.

—Mike Hazell

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