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Trouble springs from idleness, and grievous toil from needless ease
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"Trouble springs from idleness, and grievous toil from needless ease"

- Benjamin Franklin

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This quote by Benjamin Franklin is a suggestion that hard work is essential for success. He is stating that when we are idle, we are most likely to come across problem. On the other hand, when we are too comfy and do not press ourselves, we will be forced to endure tough labor. This is because when we are idle, we do not benefit from the chances that come our method. We do not strive to reach our goals and rather end up being complacent. On the other hand, when we are too comfortable, we become lazy and do not put in the effort required to attain our goals. This results in us needing to work harder in the future to make up for our lack of effort. Franklin's quote is a suggestion that effort is needed for success which we must aim to maximize our opportunities.

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Benjamin Franklin This quote is written / told by Benjamin Franklin between January 17, 1706 and April 17, 1790. He was a famous Politician from USA. The author also have 162 other quotes.

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