William Hazlitt Quote

He who does nothing renders himself incapable of doing any thing; but while we are executing any work, we are preparing and qualifying ourselves to undertake another.


Table Talk: Opinions on Books, Men, and Things (ed. 1845)

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He who does nothing renders himself incapable of doing any thing; but while we are executing any work, we are preparing and qualifying ourselves to...

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He who does nothing renders himself incapable of doing any thing; but while we are executing any work, we are preparing and qualifying ourselves to...

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He who does nothing renders himself incapable of doing any thing; but while we are executing any work, we are preparing and qualifying ourselves to...

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He who does nothing renders himself incapable of doing any thing; but while we are executing any work, we are preparing and qualifying ourselves to...