“The Greatest Mistake You Can Make In Life…”

“…Is Continually To Be Fearing You Will Make One.”

ELBERT HUBBARD

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“ANY Man May Make A Mistake…”

“…NONE But A Fool Will Stick To It.  Second-Thoughts Are Best, As The Proverb Says.

MARCUS TULLIUS CICERO

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{{106 B.C. – 43 B.C.}}

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“My Own Mistake Arose, Naturally Enough, Through Too Careless, Too Inquisitive, And Too Impulsive A Temperament…”

“…But Of Late, It Is A Rare Thing That I Sleep Soundly At Night.  There Is A Countenance Which Haunts Me, Turn As I Will. There Is An Hysterical Laugh Which Will Forever Ring Within My Ears.

–“THE OBLONG BOX

by EDGAR ALLAN POE