Winners never quit, quitters never win.
We feel like our kids are winners. We know if we play our game, we'll win. If we're consistent, we'll win. If we don't, we'll lose. It's that simple.
You can never quit. Winners never quit, and quitters never win.
We are all winners here.
Winners are losers who got up and gave it one more try.
After four years since the beginning of the tragedy in the Balkans, we have to recognize the painful fact that this conflict has brought nothing but grief, suffering and destruction, ... There have been no winners in this war, nor could there have been any. Everyone has lost -- the Serbs, the Croats, the Muslims and Europe as a whole.
In New York, they like winners. They don't like second place.
Winners quit all the time. They just quit the right stuff at the right time.
Everyone knows history is written by the winners, but that cliche misses a crucial detail: Over time, the winners are always the progressives. Conservatism can only win in the short term, because society cannot stop evolving (and social evolution inevitably dovetails with the agenda of those who see change as an abstract positive). It might take seventy years, but it always happens eventually. Serious historians are, almost without exception, self-styled progressives. Radical views--even the awful ones--improve with age.
To Armenians, half Armenians, quarter Armenians, and one-eight Armenians.
Sixteen and thirty-second Armenians, and other winners, are likelier to be happy with a useful book