8+ quotes from The Way of the Sword by Chris Bradford

Quotes from The Way of the Sword

Chris Bradford ·  379 pages

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“Anyone can give up; it is the easiest thing in the world to do. But to hold it together when everyone would expect you to fall apart, now that is true strength.”
― Chris Bradford, quote from The Way of the Sword


“Each mistake teaches you something new about yourself. There is no failure, remember, except in no longer trying. It is the courage to continue that counts.”
― Chris Bradford, quote from The Way of the Sword


“Wherever it is you may be, it is your friends who make your world.”
― Chris Bradford, quote from The Way of the Sword


“The impossible becomes possible if only your mind believes it.”
― Chris Bradford, quote from The Way of the Sword


“There is no failure except in no longer trying.”
― Chris Bradford, quote from The Way of the Sword


“A samurai must remain calm at all times even in the face of danger.”
― Chris Bradford, quote from The Way of the Sword


“Don’t try to eat an elephant for lunch.”
― Chris Bradford, quote from The Way of the Sword


“Impatience is a hindrance. As with all things if you attempt to take shortcuts, the final destination will rarely be as good and may even be attainable.”
― Chris Bradford, quote from The Way of the Sword


About the author

Chris Bradford
Born place: The United Kingdom
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