Being a goalkeeper is like being the guy in the military who makes the bombs - one mistake and everyone gets blown up.— Artur Boruc
Special Everyone Makes Mistakes quotations
No matter how many mistakes you make or how slow you progress, you are still way ahead of everyone who isn't trying.
Everyone makes mistakes. The wise are not people who never make mistakes, but those who forgive themselves and learn from their mistakes.
Everyone makes mistakes - mistakes are correctable.
If a mistake is not a stepping stone, it is a mistake.
Sometimes you think that you need to be perfect, that you cannot make mistakes .
.. realize you are a human being - like everyone else capable of reaching great potential but not capable of being perfect.
I'm not perfect; no one is perfect. Everyone makes mistakes. I think you try to learn from those mistakes.
Everyone makes mistakes and everyone deserves a second chance.
The man with a toothache thinks everyone happy whose teeth are sound.
The poverty-stricken man makes the same mistake about the rich man.
Like everyone else who makes the mistake of getting older, I begin each day with coffee and obituaries.
I tell you these stories because these things happen to everyone.
It's not about being starched or polished or cute or polite. It's about having ears that stick out, about breaking yet another glass. It's about seeing something for the first time and making a million mistakes and not ever getting completely discouraged.
Mistakes are the usual bridge between inexperience and wisdom.
Everyone makes mistakes. Everyone fails at something.
I encourage everyone to know that God has a plan for their life and that God never makes a mistake even though it seems like He is not listening or paying attention sometimes.
Everyone makes mistakes, even if some are worse than others. Accidents happen.
[I have a] fondness for telling stories, like the Arab storytellers on the marketplace. ... I will never grow tired of [telling] stories [and] I make the mistake of thinking that everyone has the same enthusiasm!
I would like to stress here that a lasting peace in the Chechen republic and so-called peace talks with the bandits are not the same thing, and I would ask everyone to make no mistake about that.
We all make mistakes, but everyone makes different mistakes
I got better the way everyone gets better: by trial and error and error and error, by fumbling around and making mistakes but not giving up and working incredibly hard at it every day and eventually, through a painful and laborious process of eliminating every wrong turn, finding my way.
Make no mistake, this music is for everyone.
Jazz is not an exclusive, elite club. Go ahead, listen to your Snoop Doggy Dog, Pearl Jam, Garth Brooks, but add a little Ellington, Basie and Coltrane to your life as well.
Trust me, little one. Everyone makes mistakes. Even the gods, and ours are much worse than those of humans. Unlike humans, we don’t suffer alone. Rather, we share the pain with thousands. That’s why you must learn to be like your father. To hold in your tears and anger. Try not to punish what you love. (Artemis)
Everyone makes mistakes. The important thing is to not make the same mistake twice.
Be so strong that nothing can disturb your peace of mind.
Talk health, happiness, and prosperity to every person you meet. Make all your friends feel there is something special in them. Look at the sunny side of everything. Think only of the best, work only for the best, and expect only the best. Be as enthusiastic about the success of others as you are about your own. Forget the mistakes of the past and press on to the greater achievements of the future. Give everyone a smile. Spend so much time improving yourself that you have no time left to criticize others. Be too big for worry and too noble for anger.
But clever people all make one mistake.
They all think everyone else is stupid. And everyone isn't stupid. They just take a bit more time, that's all.
My whole career, I've had an issue with always kind of being an underdog and making a big mistake when it counts and falling and having to climb back up. One moment everything will be peachy and everyone will be saying the nicest things about me and loving me, and the next minute I'm the worst, I'm evil, all these things. It's like a fallen angel.
Parents are not the all-knowing, ideal people we would like you to think we are.
We've made wrong choices before, and will again, like everyone else, .. But our mistakes are not the measure of our love for you. You are that measure, and how well you are prepared to make better choices than we have made.
We all screw up. Everyone makes mistakes. That’s what she did. It was bad judgment, that’s all. You don’t cut off the people you love for mistakes like that.
A stupid person can make only certain, limited types of errors;
the mistakes open to a clever fellow are far broader. But to the one who knows how smart he is compared to everyone else, the possibilities for true idiocy are boundless.
I think that when you’re in the public eye, you automatically become a role model, because people are reading about you and looking at pictures of stuff you’ve done. But, you know, no one’s perfect, everyone makes mistakes. I have made mistakes and I will make mistakes. I’m only human.
You'll make mistakes and struggle like everyone, but when you are with the right person, you'll almost perfect joy, like you are the luckiest person who ever lived. And that means you'll love and be loved...and in the end, nothing else really matters.
I don't want to make the same mistakes of being swept along with things, taking on jobs that I'm not passionate about, that I don't really believe in but that everyone says I should do.
All I ever wanted to do was to make food accessible to everyone;
to show that you can make mistakes - I do all the time - but it doesn't matter.
So, I understand when they make a mistake and everyone at home is throwing their shoe at the television set.
One thing is certain in business. You and everyone around you will make mistakes.
As much as I moved to New York and tried to work in theater as much as I could - I developed a relationship with Circle Rep - make no mistake about it, I really, really wanted to be in a film. It seemed like almost everyone I knew at least did something in a movie, except me.