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Arthur Schopenhauer Quote – “There is no reason for despair…”

There is no reason for despair. You need not fancy it is impossible to regulate your life in accordance with abstract ideas and maxims… the first thing to do is to understand the rule; the second thing is to learn the practice of it. The theory may be understood at once by an effort of reason, and yet the practice of it acquired only in the course of time.

Arthur Schopenhauer (1788 – 1860)

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