With enough courage…

With enough courage, you can do without a reputation.

– Margaret Mitchell

11081

born in Atlanta, Georgia, The United States November 08, 1900
died: August 16, 1949
gender: female
genre: Romance, History

Margaret Munnerlyn Mitchell, popularly known as Margaret Mitchell, was an American author, who won the Pulitzer Prize in 1937 for her novel, Gone with the Wind, published in 1936. The novel is one of the most popular books of all time, selling more than 28 million copies. An American film adaptation, released in 1939, became the highest-grossing film in the history of Hollywood, and received a record-breaking number of Academy Awards.
-Wikipedia

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15 thoughts on “With enough courage…

  1. June 30, 1936: Gone with the Wind, was published 77 years ago today. πŸ™‚

  2. Great quote. Sure does take the pressure off. (of having to be something or someone). But, does require overcoming inertia from fear of stretching into new areas. That’s my Achilles heel and challenge in life, having more courage.

  3. Courage, that’s all you need!

  4. Amazing woman. Clearly ahead of her time.

  5. Love this quote and love the surprise at hearing it’s from Margaret Mitchell. Cool!

  6. One of my very favorite books!

  7. I read Gone With The Wind when I was in the 7th grade and absolutely loved it. What a brilliant quote. Thank you for sharing.

    • Here’s another good one: β€œAnd apologies, once postponed, become harder and harder to make, and finally impossible.”
      ― Margaret Mitchell, Gone with the Wind
      Thanks for visiting. πŸ™‚

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