Do not give upSomething to Ponder:

Two men were chatting during their 25th high school reunion party.  As they sat at a table, catching up after so many years, the first man said,  “I went on to college after high school, but my college experience was a disaster.  I failed everything but nuclear physics.”

The second man responded, “Wow! That’s a tough subject.  How come you didn’t fail that one?”

“Because,” the first may replied, “I didn’t take nuclear physics.”


There are only two ways to fail.  The first is to come up short on an honest effort.  The second is to never make the effort in the first place.  The latter lingers longer, and with greater regret.

The American writer/publisher/artist/philosopher Elbert Hubbard once said, “There is no failure except in no longer trying.”