A Quote by Herbert N. Casson on difficulty, learning, life, performance, and trouble

The average man takes life as a trouble. He is in a chronic state of irritation at the whole performance. He does not learn to differentiate between troubles and difficulties, usually, until some real trouble bowls him over. He fusses about pin-pricks until a mule kicks him. Then he learns the difference.

Herbert N. Casson

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