Do the best with what you have where you are Arashijin / 27.12.202027.12.2020 Quotation Details May 20, †Ј Why sometimes you have to do things you hate in order to eventually do what you really love. In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who is 34, got shot three times ten years ago, heТs on disability because of it, he lives with his mother and siblings, and has been sober and out of rehab for about four months now. Quotation # from Classic Quotes: Do what you can, with what you have, where you are. Theodore Roosevelt. 26th president of US ( - ) View a Detailed Biography of Theodore Roosevelt. View all 33 Theodore Roosevelt quotations. Search for Theodore Roosevelt at rutlib6.com Photo by iStock. Why sometimes you have to do things you hate in order to eventually do what you really love. He wants to live on his own again and move about two hours away. He asks my opinion of his plan how to install foundation piers move and start working on his new life. 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Skip to primary navigation Skip to main content Skip to primary sidebar Skip to footer. Get it at Amazon. Get it at iTunes. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Get it at iBooks. Get it at Lulu. Coach Corey Wayne Merchandise. Get it at Teespring. Products: Coaching, BooksЕ Contact Me. You tip your favorite bartender, right? Whatever YOU feel its worth, every time you feel I have given you a good tip, new knowledge or helpful insight. Thanks in advance for your support! From my heart to yours, Corey Wayne. I Recommend. Share Page on Social Media:. On Quotes and Misquotes Aug 07, †Ј Make the best of what you have when life throws lemons at you. Do whatТs right, even when itТs hard. Each has their place and even corresponding Scripture, which IТll elaborate on. 1. Be Fruitful. Saint Francis de Sales (), when he was the . It is very popular across the internet and in quote books. Note that Roosevelt clearly attributes the quote to Squire Bill Widener. The quote virus is having a field day with this quote. After surveying infected websites, I found the following statistics. Please keep in mind, this is an incomplete sample; there are many more sites featuring this misquote. I stopped at because I think that is an adequate amount to get a good approximation of the statistics. Once again the majority of websites featuring the misquote are websites with an emphasis on providing an extensive quotes collection. And once again, I will reiterate that quote websites are not reliable sources for quotes. Use a source that includes detailed information for each quote. This data can include book title, chapter, play title, act, scene, poem title, line number, or speech date and location. The least popular version of this misquote is the one with the correct wording. That figures! I am not one of them. I have seen reworded quotes from William Shakespeare, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Walt Whitman and many other great authors which I think is downright sacrilegious. After all, this is why they are being quotedЧtheir brilliance in the craft of words. There are probably a couple of factors contributing to the birth of this misquote. The first is the obvious being that Theodore Roosevelt did indeed utter and write these words. Unfortunately, even though he gives full credit to Squire Bill Widener, this information does not get forwarded with the quote. I am guessing this is because a quote has more of an impact if it is from a well-known person, and sadly, Mr. Widener does not fit into this category. Another contributing factor to this misquote is probably due to quote hunters not taking the time to read the full text in which the quote appears. They instead presume that all the words contained within a book are originated by the author. As some of my previous posts have demonstrated, this practice results in misquotes. Wordsworth or Michelangelo? In both cases, a disclaimer is included to clarify that the author did not write the included work, and recognition is given to the proper originator. Unfortunately, these efforts to give credit where credit is due are overridden by individuals who do not take the time to read the quote in its full context and thereby create a misquote that gets propagated like a virus throughout the literary world. On the positive side, there are a handful of websites that not only provide the quote with the correct wording but also provide the correct attribution. Many of them also point out that this quote is often misattributed to Theodore Roosevelt. So there is hope! I came across five books containing the misquote. They range in publication date from to One of these books is dedicated solely to quotes. I noticed that most books prior to the inception of the internet have the quote correctly worded and attributed. This does not mean that all quotes found in books prior to the internet are accurate. It just means to be wary of contemporary books. And this includes quote books. In fact, it is the most popular for-sale misquote I have researched to date. A variety of t-shirts and coffee mugs are also available for purchase. Unfortunately, these products are another method of misquote propagation. I will once again conclude with a plea to help kill the quote virus. Never trust a quote website. Do not trust a quote book unless it provides detailed source information. You can also help combat the quote virus by sharing this post with your friends and family. And remember. Search for:. Share the knowledge! Add your thoughts here Email Required Name Required Website. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email.