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We must accept life for what it actually is - a challenge to our quality without which we should never know of what stuf
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"We must accept life for what it actually is - a challenge to our quality without which we should never know of what stuff we are made, or grow to our full stature"

- Robert Louis Stevenson

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This quote by Robert Louis Stevenson speaks with the importance of accepting life for what it is - an obstacle. Life has plenty of challenges and problems, but it is through these difficulties that we are able to grow and develop. Without these difficulties, we would never ever understand our real potential or reach our complete stature. Life is a journey, and it is through the obstacles we face that we have the ability to find out and grow. We should accept life for what it is and use the challenges we face as an opportunity to become the very best version of ourselves. Life is full of ups and downs, however it is through these experiences that we are able to discover and grow. We should accept life for what it is and use the difficulties we face as a chance to become the very best version of ourselves.

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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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