How would you explain/interpret these quotes?

Question by Shelly: How would you explain/interpret these quotes?
“You haven’t failed until you quit trying.”- Anonymous
“There’s a better way to do it…find it.”- Thomas Edison
“Thought is free.”- William Shakespeare
“Always do your best. What you plant now, you will harvest later.”- Og Mandino
“Take the first step in faith. You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step.”- Dr. Martin Luther King

Best answer:

Answer by quatt47
1 As long as you persevere then you may find an answer. If you stop before you do, then you have failed.

2 Whatever you do strive to improve. If you do then you may find an easier, more effective or simply better way to achieve what you are striving to do.

3 Sometimes you are not able to say what you would like to do but as no-one can hear you thinking you can imagine what you like. No-one will know.

4 Doing nothing gets you nowhere. Whatever you may sew now you will reap later. As the bible says ‘Ye shall reap as ye shall sew.’

5 As a wise man once said ‘The longest journey begins with the first step’, Gandhi or Confucius perhaps. This anecdote is repeated by King to reiterate that whatever you are doing you’ve got to start somewhere whether the first step of the first stair. You won’t get to where you want to go until you take it.

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