Topics About 'Conviction'

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Image, Don’t make success or failure the criteria by which you live.

Advice Quotes, Inspirational Quotes, Motivational Quotes, Picture Quotes

Don’t listen to those who say, “It’s not done that way.” Maybe it’s not, but maybe you will. Don’t listen to those who say, “You’re taking too big a chance.” Michelangelo would have painted the Sistine floor, and it would surely be rubbed out by today. Most importantly, don’t listen when the little voice of fear inside of you rears its ugly head and says, “They’re all smarter than you out there. They’re more talented, they’re taller, blonder, prettier, luckier and have connections...” I firmly believe that if you follow a path that interests you, not to the exclusion of... Read more »

Neil Simon

Image, The most compatible couples have amazing understanding

Relationship Advice, Relationship Tips

Long lasting relationships are made of sugar and spice but not always everything nice. Life is not a bed of roses for any couple in the world. It is not easy to make a relationship last a lifetime. It is all about two people who are determined to make their relationship work with maturity, understanding, commitment and unconditional love. The secret to a strong bond between couples is their ability to endure each others imperfections and cherish their differences. The most compatible couples have amazing understanding of each others levels of patience and tolerance. They face all their problems with... Read more »

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Image, Mere numbers cannot bring out … the intimate essence of the experiment. This

Picture Quotes

Mere numbers cannot bring out ... the intimate essence of the experiment. This conviction comes naturally when one watches a subject at work. ... What things can happen! What reflections, what remarks, what feelings, or, on the other hand, what blind automatism, what absence of ideas! ... The experimenter judges what may be going on in [the subject's] mind, and certainly feels difficulty in expressing all the oscillations of a thought in a simple, brutal number, which can have only a deceptive precision. How, in fact, could it sum up what would need several pages of description!

Alfred Binet