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What are the best bankruptcy quotes?

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Whether a inspirational quote from your favorite celebrity Ralph Waldo Emerson, Eric Hoffer or an motivational message about giving it your best from a successful business person, we can all benefit from a famous bankruptcy quote.

It is said that the world is in a state of bankruptcy, that the world owes the world more than the world can pay. — Ralph Waldo Emerson

Disappointment is a sort of bankruptcy -- the bankruptcy of a soul that expends too much in hope and expectation. — Eric Hoffer

If the Nation is living within its income, its credit is good. If, in some crises, it lives beyond its income for a year or two, it can usually borrow temporarily at reasonable rates. But if, like a spendthrift, it throws discretion to the winds, and is willing to make no sacrifice at all in spending; if it extends its taxing to the limit of the peoples power to pay and continues to pile up deficits, then it is on the road to bankruptcy. — Franklin D. Roosevelt

Our national debt after all is an internal debt owed not only by the Nation but to the Nation. If our children have to pay interest on it they will pay that interest to themselves. A reasonable internal debt will not impoverish our children or put the Nation into bankruptcy. — Franklin D. Roosevelt

Capitalism without bankruptcy is like Christianity without hell. — Frank Borman

To run away from danger, instead of facing it, is to deny one's faith in man and God, even one's own self. It were better for one to drown oneself than live to declare such bankruptcy of faith. — Mahatma Gandhi

Bankruptcy is a sacred state, a condition beyond conditions, as theologians might say, and attempts to investigate it are necessarily obscene, like spiritualism. One knows only that he has passed into it and lives beyond us, in a condition not ours. — John Updike

The legacy of Democrats and Republicans approaches: Libertarianism by bankruptcy. — Nick Nuessle