Famous quote by Robert Louis Stevenson

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Our business in life is not to succeed, but to continue to fail in good spirits
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"Our business in life is not to succeed, but to continue to fail in good spirits"

- Robert Louis Stevenson

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This quote by Robert Louis Stevenson speaks to the concept that success is not the ultimate goal in life. Rather, it is more crucial to keep trying and to remain positive even when faced with failure. This quote encourages us to not be discouraged by our failures, however to use them as learning experiences and to keep striving for our objectives. It advises us that failure is a part of life and that it is essential to remain resilient and to keep a positive attitude. This quote motivates us to focus on the journey instead of the destination, and to enjoy the process of learning and growing. It is a tip that success is not the only measure of a life well-lived, and that it is essential to value the journey and to stay determined even when faced with failure.

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Robert Louis Stevenson This quote is written / told by Robert Louis Stevenson between November 13, 1850 and December 3, 1894. He was a famous Writer from Scotland. The author also have 83 other quotes.

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