Wisdom quote by Mary Wilson Little

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He who devotes sixteen hours a day to hard study may become at sixty as wise as he thought himself at twenty
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"He who devotes sixteen hours a day to hard study may become at sixty as wise as he thought himself at twenty"

- Mary Wilson Little

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This quote by Mary Wilson Little speaks to the power of hard work and dedication. It recommends that if one is willing to put in the effort and time, they can accomplish fantastic things. It implies that knowledge and knowledge can be acquired through effort and dedication, and that it is possible to become smarter with age. The quote also implies that it is possible to end up being sensible beyond one's years, which it is possible to become sensible in a reasonably brief quantity of time. It is a suggestion that hard work and devotion can settle, and that it is possible to end up being wise and experienced in a relatively short quantity of time. This quote is a great suggestion that effort and dedication can result in great things, which it is possible to become smart beyond one's years.

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Mary Wilson Little This quote is written / told by Mary Wilson Little between December 2, 1866 and March 25, 1957. She was a famous Writer from USA, the quote is categorized under the topic Wisdom. The author also have 9 other quotes.

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