William Hazlitt Quote

There are some persons who never succeed from being too indolent to undertake anything; and others who regularly fail, because the instant they find success in their power, they grow indifferent, and give over the attempt.


Characteristics: in the manner of Rochefoucault's Maxims [by W. Hazlitt]. (ed. 1837)

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There are some persons who never succeed from being too indolent to undertake anything; and others who regularly fail, because the instant they find...

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There are some persons who never succeed from being too indolent to undertake anything; and others who regularly fail, because the instant they find...

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There are some persons who never succeed from being too indolent to undertake anything; and others who regularly fail, because the instant they find...

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There are some persons who never succeed from being too indolent to undertake anything; and others who regularly fail, because the instant they find...