exceeding moderation

This gallery is a compilation of motivational quotes from books i have read in Mosaics 2 as well as some outside sources. The main idea of this gallery follows along with the topics of human perfectibility and freedom. The quotes provided are motivational tips to lead to a less ordinary and moderate life. The themes correlate with hard work, perseverance, and self-interest. Each quote has its own significance to these topics. Most of the quotes are encouraging and some are life tips from extremely successful figures. These pictures brought out a deeper meaning to the quotes i have chosen and helped me understand them more. The quotes and pictures outline a plan to help man become more perfect being and help deal with life's biggest struggles. As you navigate through the gallery keep in mind both the pictures and quotes along with them. There is no clear cut definition to the quotes or the pictures. The purpose of my gallery is to bring together different interpretations of art and literacy. When the gallery is over try implementing some of these ideas into your own life and see if there is a difference.

"What worries you, masters you" - John Locke
"Since we have never searched for ourselves, how should we ever find ourselves" - Friedrich Nietzsche (pg 3)
"Pay no attention to whatever people might say; this no longer should influence you" - Epictetus (243)
"Whatever your dream is, every extra penny you have needs to be going to that." - Will Smith
"Nothing can stop the man with the right mental attitude from achieving his goal; nothing on earth can help the man with the wrong mental attitude." - Thomas Jefferson
"Work hard in silence, let your success make the noise"
"No pressure no diamonds" - Thomas Carlyle Nothing this beautiful comes without pressure and hard work. Keep this in mind with your own life.
"When the whole world is silent, even one voice becomes powerful." - Malala Yousafzai
"What is the pill which will keep us well, serene, contented?" - Henry David Thoreau (pg.111)
"Settle on the type of person you want to be and stick to it, whether alone or in company" - Epictetus (pg.236)
"If you decide to do something, don't shrink from being seen doing it, even if the majority of people disapprove" - Epictetus (238)
“Constant dripping hollows out a stone.” - Lucretius
"Don't hope that events will turn out the way you want, welcome events in whichever way they happen: this is the path to peace" - Epictetus (224)
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