“If one has failed only where others have not had the courage or will to try, there is a consolation…”

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“If one has failed only where others have not had the courage or will to try, there is a consolation – indeed, a deep satisfaction – to be gained from this observation when looking back over one’s life.”

Kazuo Ishiguro, An Artist of the Floating World (via quotespile)

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