>What are you letting slip between your fingers today and why? Are you afraid of success or failure? Are you thinking it is absurd to try, no way you can do it? Then you have failed before the attempt was even made. Why not fail attempting it, what difference does it make, right?
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Quote by William James, 1842-1910, American Philosopher.
Just an interesting aside. I always look at the birth/death dates of the quote giver and think of what they saw and what they missed.
James was 19 when the American civil war started and lived to see the Wright Brothers fly. He was lucky to have missed WWI (1914-1918) but missed seeing women get the right to vote in America (1920).