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Dani's quotes

Page history last edited by danivilalta 6 years, 7 months ago

This quote tells us that we have to be in constant movement in life so that we can actually feel alive, and that no one should never give up on something because there are lots of ways of doing something, martin Luther King puts the example of movement. i can relation it with me because when i really want to do something, i never give up on trying no matter what it takes, like on football, as when i was younger i was really criticised and a lot of friends got mad at me because i tried to dribble all the other players by my own, and i usually lost the ball. this is no longer a problem to me because i saw that it was not the way of doing it, so i started passing the ball and playing with the rest of the team, which took me to win much more games.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/martin_luther_king 

 

 

This quote tells a reality about the importance working hard has in things we do. it puts the example of a victory, that if it is achieved easily it is not as celebrated as a victory that has before it a lot of hard work. FC Barcelona's poor celebration of this year's spanish supercup shows how players are not excited of winning the title, as they won it easily without putting a big amount of effort on it. this quote also can say that a real victory is only achieved with hard work and dedication, because if winning was easy it would not be so important. i can compare this to my studies, i am much happier when i pass an exam i have studied, seeing that my effort has been awarded than when i luckily pass an exam i didn't study for.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/pel%C3%A9

 

Nice quotes, Dani. But remember to check your spelling before you actually publish something on the wiki. Correct what you have written and add a couple of links with additional information on the author's quotes!

Still not done! :( (9th February 2014)

Comments (9)

bertallanas said

at 12:26 pm on Jan 18, 2014

I definitely agree with your point of view towards both of the quotes. I fairly like them as they can be useful not only in sports but also in live.

aleixmelloni said

at 2:46 pm on Jan 19, 2014

I agree with you in what you think about what these quotes mean, but I might add that in the first quote it doesn't only mean that there are many ways of achieving things, but that even when it may seem that there are none, you must keep trying eve

quiquelongares said

at 6:10 pm on Jan 19, 2014

From my point of view, those quotes are uplifting, not only in sports, also in life and in your day to day life.

lluisfranco said

at 6:54 pm on Jan 19, 2014

I strongly agree with both of your quotes, especially with the second one, your comments totally expres that you have understood the quotes, particualry the second one of your comments which I really like it with the example of F.C.Barcelona.

bertaalvarez said

at 7:02 pm on Jan 19, 2014

I also agree with both quotes, the first I saw it as that you have to keep moving forward no matter what the situation is and about overcoming any obstacles you find on your way.

lluisbarnadas said

at 9:14 pm on Jan 19, 2014

these quotes are really motivating and i agree with both, you always have to keep trying and give the best you can not only in sports in all the important things in your life.

martinfanegas said

at 11:39 pm on Jan 19, 2014

I agree with both of them quotes up to all of the points, good job Daniel!

merceboncompte said

at 12:38 am on Jan 20, 2014

Totally agree with both. Take the best out of you and as Dory said in Finding Nemo: JUST KEEP SWIMMING. And about the second one i also feel that as tough is to win as sweeter it tastes.

Ms Sol said

at 7:24 pm on Jan 26, 2014

@Aleix: good point! I also think that's also what Martin Luther King was trying to say with this quote.
@Berta A: definitely agree!

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