Eleanor Roosevelt Quotes About Moving Forward

Quotes about: Moving Forward
  • Change means the unknown.

    Eleanor Roosevelt (2012). “Tomorrow Is Now: It Is Today That We Must Create the World of the Future”, p.63, Penguin
  • There is a desire for progress in the hearts of all men, and it is the sense of frustration and inability to move forward that brings violent revolution.

    Eleanor Roosevelt, David Emblidge (1990). “Eleanor Roosevelt's My Day: The post-war years, her acclaimed columns, 1945-1952”, 1990.
  • We do not move forward by curtailing people's liberty because we are afraid of what they may do or say.

    Eleanor Roosevelt (1995). “What I Hope to Leave Behind: The Essential Essays of Eleanor Roosevelt”, Carlson Pub

Eleanor Roosevelt

  • Born: October 11, 1884
  • Died: November 7, 1962
  • Occupation: Former First Lady of the United States
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