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One of the many lessons that one learns in prison is, that things are what they are and will be what they will be
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"One of the many lessons that one learns in prison is, that things are what they are and will be what they will be"

- Oscar Wilde

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This quote by Oscar Wilde speaks to the concept of accepting the truth of a situation. It suggests that no matter how much one may long for something to be various, it will stay as it is. This is a lesson that can be tough to discover, particularly when one remains in a difficult situation such as prison. It is necessary to recognize that some things are out of our control and that we must accept them as they are. This quote encourages us to be conscious of our expectations and to accept the reality of our circumstances. It is a reminder that we need to be resilient and discover methods to reconcile our circumstance, no matter how hard it might be.

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Oscar Wilde This quote is written / told by Oscar Wilde between October 16, 1854 and November 30, 1900. He was a famous Dramatist from Ireland. The author also have 166 other quotes.

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