10 Lessons from the book A Promised Land by Barack Obama

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Enthusiasm makes up for a host of deficiencies.

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The truth is, I’ve never been a big believer in destiny. I worry that it encourages resignation in the down-and-out and complacency among the powerful.

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I’d met my share of highly credentialed, high-IQ morons

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Glory and tragedy, courage and stupidity - one set of truths didn't negate the other. For war was contradiction, as was the history of America.

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When things are bad,” Axe said, walking next to me as we left the December meeting, “no one cares that ‘things could have been worse.

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Whatever you do won’t be enough, I heard their voices say. Try anyway.

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God sees the world through the eyes of those most oppressed.

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Read the book by bruce lee. It's the absolute best!

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