One of my favorite lines comes from the great English poet Robert Browning, who in “Andrea del Sarto” proclaims, “Ah, but a man’s reach should exceed his grasp / Or what’s a heaven for?”
That line holds power, encouraging us to reach beyond what is easily accomplished, to push our limits, to excel in ways we might have thought improbable if not impossible.
It also infers a truism: Success often results only after countless efforts that failed to achieve the desired goal. In short, we fail every time until the moment of success.
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