Famous quote by Rachel Field

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I used to think I had ambition... but now Im not so sure. It may have been only discontent. Theyre easily confused

"I used to think I had ambition... but now I'm not so sure. It may have been only discontent. They're easily confused"

- Rachel Field

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This quote by Rachel Field speaks with the trouble of comparing aspiration and discontent. Ambition is a strong desire to attain something, while discontent is a feeling of frustration with one's present scenario. It is simple to confuse the 2, as they both involve a strong desire to alter one's scenarios. The speaker in this quote has pertained to the awareness that what they believed was aspiration might have been just discontent. This suggests that the speaker has been feeling disappointed with their existing scenario, however has actually been unable to recognize the source of their frustration. It is possible that the speaker has actually been feeling a lack of function or instructions in their life, and has been unable to discover a way to move forward. This quote talks to the importance of having the ability to differentiate between aspiration and discontent, and to acknowledge when one is feeling disappointed with their present situation.

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USA Flag This quote is written / told by Rachel Field between September 19, 1894 and March 15, 1942. He/she was a famous Novelist from USA. The author also have 4 other quotes.

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