Thomas Jefferson Quote

Perseverance in object, though not by the most direct way, is often more laudable than perpetual changes, as often as the object shifts light.


Memoirs Corespondence and Private Papers of Thomas Jefferson Late, President of the United States (ed. 1829)

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Perseverance in object, though not by the most direct way, is often more laudable than perpetual changes, as often as the object shifts light.

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Perseverance in object, though not by the most direct way, is often more laudable than perpetual changes, as often as the object shifts light.

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Perseverance in object, though not by the most direct way, is often more laudable than perpetual changes, as often as the object shifts light.

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Perseverance in object, though not by the most direct way, is often more laudable than perpetual changes, as often as the object shifts light.