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The art of life is to know how to enjoy a little and to endure very much
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"The art of life is to know how to enjoy a little and to endure very much"

- William Hazlitt

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This quote by William Hazlitt speaks to the value of finding balance in life. It suggests that we ought to learn to appreciate the small moments of pleasure and satisfaction, while likewise having the strength and durability to sustain hard times. It is a pointer that life is a mixture of both good and bad, and that we ought to make every effort to discover a way to enjoy the excellent and accept the bad. It is a call to action to be mindful of our emotions and to practice appreciation for the excellent minutes, while likewise having the nerve to deal with the bad. This quote motivates us to find a way to value the charm of life, even in the middle of difficulty. It is a tip that life is a journey, and that we ought to strive to maximize it.

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William Hazlitt This quote is written / told by William Hazlitt between April 10, 1778 and September 18, 1830. He was a famous Critic from England. The author also have 92 other quotes.

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