“If Life Were Predictable It Would Cease To Be Life, And Be Without Flavor.” – Eleanor Roosevelt.

Our quote explanation for today is going to be a quote by Eleanor Roosevelt and the quote says: “If life were predictable it would cease to be life, and be without flavor.”


Imagine if we were to know what will happen in the near future; would there have been anything like setting goals, strategizing, hustling, etc?

Predicting the future is one thing, but knowing exactly how it’s going to come about is another thing.

Related: First, Have A Definite, Clear Practical Ideal; A Goal… – Aristotle.

The only advantage here would have been, saving us the time of embarking on any goal; that will never become successful.

Consequently, most of us are still living in this mentality of trying to know future events; in other words trying to know what will happen in the future.

But I think the exciting part of existence is the struggle we all must go through to achieve any goal in life.

And that in itself is the flavor of life, and if you try to skip it, then your life will have no taste.

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