Resolve to be tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, sympathetic with the striving, and tolerant with the weak and the wrong. Sometime in your life you will have been all of these. ― Robert H. Goddard.
Robert Hutchings Goddard was an American engineer, professor, physicist, and inventor who is credited with creating and building the world’s first liquid-fueled rocket. Goddard successfully launched his rocket on March 16, 1926, which ushered in an era of space flight and innovation.
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1. It is difficult to say what is impossible, for the dream of yesterday is the hope of today and the reality of tomorrow. ― Robert H. Goddard
2. The reason many people fail is not for lack of vision but for lack of resolve and resolve is born out of counting the cost. ― Robert H. Goddard
3. Set goals, challenge yourself, and achieve them. Live a healthy life…and make every moment count. Rise above the obstacles, and focus on the positive. ― Robert H. Goddard
4. Every vision is a joke until the first man accomplishes it; once realized, it becomes commonplace. ― Robert H. Goddard
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5. The only barrier to human development is ignorance, and this is not insurmountable. ― Robert H. Goddard
6. What are you – Secret Service?’
‘If I were, I wouldn’t admit it.’
‘And you’re not admitting it, I notice. ― Robert H. Goddard
7. In a world that thought itself so wise yet behaved so stupidly, it was possible sometimes to believe that only the mad saw matters as they truly were, that only people like my brother were prepared to admit what they saw from the corner of their eye. ― Robert H. Goddard
8. But perhaps revelation often comes when you’re not looking for it, resolution when you don’t realize you need it. ― Robert H. Goddard
9. Just remember, when you think all is lost, the future remains. ― Robert H. Goddard
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10. How he had done so she never. ― Robert H. Goddard
11. The dreams of yesterday are the hopes of today and the reality of tomorrow. ― Robert H. Goddard
12. How many more years I shall be able to work on the problem I do not know; I hope, as long as I live. ― Robert H. Goddard
13. There can be no thought of finishing, for ‘aiming at the stars’ both literally and figuratively, is a problem to occupy generations, so that no matter how much progress one makes, there is always the thrill of just beginning. ― Robert H. Goddard
14. It is not a simple matter to differentiate unsuccessful from successful experiments. . . .[Most] work that is finally successful is the result of a series of unsuccessful tests in which difficulties are gradually eliminated. ― Robert H. Goddard
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15. No matter how much progress one makes, there is always the thrill of just beginning. ― Robert H. Goddard
16. There can be no thought of finishing, for aiming at the stars, both literally and figuratively, is the work of generations, but no matter how much progress one makes there is always the thrill of just beginning. ― Robert H. Goddard
17. [The mathematician’s] subject is the most curious of all, there is none in which truth plays such odd pranks. It has the most elaborate and the most fascinating technique, and gives unrivaled openings for the display of sheer professional skill. ― Robert H. Goddard
18. I would much prefer to have Goddard interested in real scientific development than to have him primarily interested in more spectacular achievements [Goddard’s rocket research] of less real value. ― Robert H. Goddard
19. [J]ust as in the sciences we have learned that we are too ignorant to safely pronounce anything impossible, so for the individual, since we cannot know just what are his limitations, we can hardly say with certainty that anything is necessarily within or beyond his grasp.
20. Each must remember that no one can predict to what heights of wealth, fame, or usefulness he may rise until he has honestly endeavored, and he should derive courage from the fact that all sciences have been, at some time, in the same condition as he, and that it has often proved true that the dream of yesterday is the hope of today and the reality of tomorrow. ― Robert H. Goddard