Samuel Beckett Quotes
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The quote above from Samuel Beckett has become wildly popular over the years. It inspires people to persevere through failure and rejection, suggesting failure is a learning experience from which we can learn to ‘fail better next time. This has led us to enjoy exploring the power of the fear of failure and how to harness it with the same open-mindedness that we explore the power of a desire to succeed and how to focus it.
The quote "There’s the man all over for you, blaming on his boots the faults of his feet" means that man, or people, will blame outside factors rather than accept blame themselves. This tendency to blame other people or outside issues usually comes to play in connection with life's failures or shortcomings.
The term "deadener" implies that the habits make the characters even more bored and that instead of helping them, they lead to their downfall and make their lives even more meaningless.