Franklin D. Roosevelt Quotes
8+ Best Franklin D. Roosevelt Authors Quotes
The quote says that the joy of achievement is one pathway to happiness. Success makes you feel happy especially when it meant something to you. Another way of reaching happiness is through creative effort. Do you enjoy the creative process and the effort it involves? If you do, keep it up and enjoy the happiness that follows.
Self-interest forms the base of every relationship, be it friendship, marriage, or trade. Love and friendship are regarded as two types of relationships where no one seeks to gain any benefit from each another but seemingly many humans enter into a relationship for that purpose.
Treat everyone with kindness--not because they are kindhearted, but because you are. One of the greatest gifts we can give another is kindness. If someone is in need, lend a helping hand. Don't do it only for the people you like and respect--that's easy--but also for the ones who drive you crazy and those you don't even know. True kindness lies in the act of giving without the expectation of getting something in return.
The only limits to our realization of tomorrow will be our insecurities of today; Let us move ahead with influential and dynamic faith. We have to believe in ourselves and our visions and dreams. We all are meant to shine one day as soon as we are liberated from the fear today.
It is common sense to take a method and try it. If it fails, admit it frankly and try another. But above all, try something.
Sometimes we succeed, sometimes the method fails, and sometimes we fail because we cannot execute the method properly. The next step, per the quote, is to assess the situation. If you failed, be honest and say so, then find another method to try. We have to do something. We have to do the best we know-how at the moment… if it doesn’t turn outright, we can modify it as we go along.
Being open to all religious beliefs might seem like a tall order, but once you start to understand what they're really about, it's a piece of cake. Regardless of what they believe, most people have more in common than differences. Whoever seeks to set one religion against another seeks to destroy all religions.
Roosevelt cuts to the core of what it means to be a great public speaker. To give meaning to your words through sincerity, to edit the unnecessary through brevity, and most importantly: to sit down and let your message remain in the audience’s memory.
Opinions are the reflection of the person, their thoughts, and perceptions of life, just as you have made now. There are as many opinions as there are people: each has his own correct way. All a person has in life is an opinion, this is from thought, and we are thought and nothing else.