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Learn to bear bravely changes of fortune
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"Learn to bear bravely changes of fortune"

- Cleobulus

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This quote by Cleobulus motivates us to accept and accept the changes that life tosses our method. It is a reminder that life is unpredictable which we need to be prepared to deal with the great and bad times that come our method. The quote encourages us to be brave and resilient in the face of hardship and to not be overwhelmed by the changes that life brings. It is a pointer that we should remain strong and brave in the face of any difficulty that life throws our way.

The quote also motivates us to be flexible and adaptable to the changes that life brings. We should be willing to accept and accept the changes that come our way and to not be afraid of the unidentified. We need to be willing to take dangers and to attempt brand-new things in order to grow and develop.

The quote is a reminder that life is full of ups and downs and that we need to be prepared to face them with nerve and strength. We need to want to accept the modifications that come our method and to not be overwhelmed by them. We must be brave and strong in the face of misfortune and to not be afraid of the unknown. We need to be willing to take threats and to attempt new things in order to grow and establish.

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Cleobulus This quote is written / told by Cleobulus between 600 BC and 500 BC. He was a famous Poet from Greece. The author also have 7 other quotes.

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