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23 Quotes You Should Never Forget

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23 Quotes You Should Never Forget


One day, a fire cannot die. The next, it's gone.


Who you hurt, will never forget.


Go for it. You'll drive yourself mad living in question.


There's a way to not let go. Use it.


Work should never consume your purpose.


We're all fighting our own battles.


Beautiful people do not just happen.


Always, always have faith in something.


Things, Money, & People.


Ignore insignificant opinions or you'll never make progress.


The storm will pass, and the sun will shine; but yes, life will happen again.


The 3's For Change.


Nothing is worse than this.


Struggle will make or break you. If there's something to tell, it made you.


Hardships will teach invaluable lessons and still make way for amazing results.


Stay humble, work hard.


Learning to Love will destroy what we had learned to hate.


Watch/Listen to Eric Thomas' motivational speech every morning. It changes your life.


It isn't easy, it never will be. To succeed we have to struggle on the way to the top.


At the end of your life, the best way to leave is surrounded by the people you love and cherish the most.


Break down the walls and go beyond what you expect of yourself.


We all have our highs and lows, refrain from the judgment.


Saying you have "done something wonderful" should be your 'why' for doing what you do. Other than that, nothing else can come close.
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