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20 buildings that pretend to be something else, including a supermarket in a theater and a school in a mall

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Would you like to live in a former prison? And study at the mall? In any case, people were not made any offers before they ended up in buildings that were previously used for a completely different purpose. It is obvious that not all buildings are universal, but this does not stop some businessmen from making a supermarket in the old theater building or converting it into a church into a grocery store. It sounds like a complete fiction, however, these are all real cases that actually happened. 16 buildings that pretend to be something else await you next! Bemorepanda collected some cool pics.


"My apartment building used to be a school."



Starbucks at the site of an old car wash



"This thrift store used to be a bowling alley."



Bank converted to McDonald's



“My house used to be a police station and my bathroom is an old prison cell. The old window is still in place. "



Church converted into a grocery store



"My college used to be a shopping mall."



“The Subway Café I visited today used to be a bank. Instead of removing the vault, they just put the seats inside it. "



This gym used to be a bank



Regular residential building converted to Burger King, Columbus, Georgia, USA



This supermarket in Venice used to be a theater



“My school used to be a bank. My lesson takes place in the vault "



Former gas station remodeled at Starbucks, Miami, Florida, USA



This supermarket used to be a hockey stadium. They even decided not to remove the scoreboard.



“The local Mexican restaurant used to be Chinese. Instead of painting over a drawing on the wall, they just drew a sombrero on the pandas. "



This decommissioned aircraft is now a McDonald's branch, New Zealand.


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Nowadays, people are well aware of what and how to eat, what food is healthy, which is a rare delicacy. Restaurateurs go off their feet to surprise their sophisticated and demanding customers with new combinations of tastes. But it was not always so. Our ancestors made fundamental discoveries when they found a new way of cooking or found out which fruits are edible and can kill.


Unique and strange products that we eat


We at Bemorepanda have selected unique and strange products that are now well known to everyone. But how did people learn about their properties for the first time? How could one guess what to do with coffee beans, that honey is edible, and poisonous fish can be eaten? Internet users tried to answer these and other questions, and we share their answers with you. How do you think our ancestors learned about edible products? Share your opinion in the comments.


1. Oysters

Someone looked at the mucous contents of an accidentally broken shell, and suddenly a bright thought came to his mind: “Let me taste this rubbish! ... Look, it's not bad! — youdontknowme6 / Reddit


2. Coffee

What genius managed to pull off an experiment with coffee beans? After all, they first need to be fried. And then to realize that they can be ground ... Still tasteless. What if you add some water and boil it? Well, that's already something! This is how our ancestors came up with coffee in the morning! — OriginallyFromNYC / Reddit


3. Dogfish

Only a tiny part of this fish of the pufferfish family is edible, and the rest of the features are deadly poisonous! So how did the first gourmets of humanity know which piece of fish was edible? They probably cried and injected themselves, but ... they continued the experiments! — Michael_Stone_UDA / Reddit


4. Lobster

Most likely, the fisherman who caught such a lobster decided and took a chance: “Well, he looks terrible with these claws of his. Let me try and see how it tastes...” — quoted / Reddit.


5. Gympie Gympie

The Gympie Gympie tree, or stinging tree, grows in Australia. It is also known as the suicide plant because its burn is so painful that local sources have reported that people and animals have even committed suicide to avoid the pain. This pain can last for weeks, months, or even years.


Stinging tiny hairs cover the entire plant, but someone (perhaps a smart native) discovered that if each hair was carefully removed from a mulberry-sized fruit, it was quite edible! Imagine how much people worked to ensure that the fruit could be eaten! — __hey__its__me__ / Reddit


6. Chili pepper

Imagine that you find this bright pepper pod, bite it with an appetite ... and feel that a volcano has flared up in your mouth! But this does not stop you, and you decide he is perfect! You start adding it to your dishes like a spice. -Edgar- / Reddit


7. Bread

All the sky stars must converge so that someone would be the first to suddenly think of combining the ingredients and baking bread! He took flour and yeast from somewhere, got salt - and here you are not a cake, but a loaf! spheroid / Reddit


8. Honey

When you meet a swarm of aggressive wild bees in the forest, which are so easy to anger, it will forever discourage you from climbing into their hollow. But someone took a chance and climbed in, giving humanity sweet fragrant amber honey! Thank him very much! — coconut-greek-yogurt / Reddit


9. Mushrooms

People have always picked mushrooms. But how can you tell what is edible from what is not? No way - only guided by bitter experience. Take some pretty mushrooms, eat them raw, or even cook them, and you'll die. But if you boil them 3-5 times, everything will be in order! — anon/Reddit


10. Snails

The French must have been omnivores or very hungry since it occurred to them to collect slugs and cook hearty dishes from them! Not only that, but they also declared them a delicacy! — anon/Reddit


11. Cassava

An exotic root crop from the South American continent is like our potato. It is common in hot countries, just like our potatoes. There is the same side dish, and they make flour from it.


But cassava is poisonous unless it is peeled and thoroughly cooked. If eaten raw or improperly cooked, one of its chemical components will be attacked by human digestive enzymes and release the deadly poison cyanide. Just two cassava roots can contain a lethal dose. But one ancient Indian from Peru or Bolivia still figured out how to cook cassava properly! — Nuovo/Reddit


12. Castoreum

Castoreum, or beaver stream, is a sweet-tasting exudate released from the glands of the beaver, with which the animal marks territory. It has a powerful creosote odor and is used as an odor fixative in perfumery. And it is also used by some culinary specialists (though secretly).


For example, Blue moon contains the secret ingredient that gives Blue Moon its vanilla and berry flavors - gourmets suspect the product is spiced with castoreum. Who came up with the idea to add this “beautiful smell” to food? — BCProgramming / Reddit


13. Yogurt and cheese

At first, people drank fresh milk directly from under the cow. But they wanted to save some for later, and that's how sour cream, butter, cheese, and yogurt were born. Or maybe everything is more straightforward - the products turned sour, and I had to strain my brains and prepare fermented milk products. — NCCAM/Reddit


14. Blue cheese

The first one who declared it a cool delicacy, most likely, got hungry and went to the pantry for cheese. There he saw that the cheese was covered with mold, absolutely all! “So what? I’ll eat it anyway,” the gourmet decided and ate it. And so as not to point fingers at him, he declared moldy cheese the most expensive and best. — chayne108 / Reddit


15. Hakarl

This Viking dish is, in fact, rotten and then dried shark meat. Shark meat is unsuitable for food, but the ancient Icelanders were not at a loss and came up with a way to cook it - do not throw away the caught fish!


The Greenland shark is gutted and decapitated, then placed in a shallow hole, covered with sand and gravel, and pressed down with rocks to drain the liquid. So the shark is fermented for as long as 6-12 weeks, after which the carcass is cut into strips and hung to dry for several months. The crust on the meat is removed and then cut into small pieces and served. — msvivica / Reddit


16. Pokeberry

The plant, which lives in the southern United States, has edible leaves. Well, how edible? Eating them raw will make you sick or even die, as the whole plant contains a neurotoxin that causes respiratory paralysis. The toxin will still kill you if you boil or fry the leaves.


How can this be edible? The Indians found the recipe! If you boil three times, drain the water three times, and only then fry the leaves, then perhaps you will eat and stay alive! — Kulladar / Reddit.


17. Maple Syrup

It was invented where a lot of maples grow - in Canada. A curious mind suggested: "Let's poke a hole in this tree, collect the juice, boil it for three days and see what happens!" — lovelyb1ch66 / Reddit.


18. Rice

It's just a cereal that grew itself and did not touch anyone. But a wise guy looked at a bunch of thick grass and thought: “Let me take these spikelets and dry them, break them, then polish them and cook them. Let's see what happens!" And the result was a lumpy and tasteless mess that has been feeding countries such as China and Indonesia for millennia. — snortypuff / Reddit


19. Artichoke

Walking along the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, the first connoisseur of artichokes was very interested in the weed - prickly purple thistle: “What a wonderful plant! I’ll take it and start growing it, so it later becomes a gourmet delicacy!” — Sidmesh / Reddit.


20. Durian

A prickly and smelly fruit that is difficult to open. But, oddly enough, it has a very delicate vanilla taste. Someone hungry ate it for the first time, holding his nose with his fingers! — yirao / Reddit


21. Nopal

The cactus, known to us as prickly pear, whose fruit has been a staple food in Mexico for thousands of years. They still eat it now, cutting off the thorns - it tastes like green beans, and the texture is tender, crispy, and juicy. The first gourmets did not see that the cactus pads were covered with sharp thorns. "It's nothing! I bet this cactus tastes amazing!” — ThePeasantKingM / Reddit.


22. Truffles

It is now truffles served in Michelin-starred restaurants for big money, and the first person who appreciated them most likely herded pigs in an oak grove. “What is it that my piglet is rummaging under a tree and eating with appetite? It must taste damn good if pigs eat it!” — anon/Reddit.


23. Cranberry

Having tried cranberries directly from the bush, you can wrinkle - the berries are tart, sour and bitter. But someone did not look at it and began to use cranberries in pastries and salads - and it went! Yummy, what else to look for? — ctophermh89 / Reddit


24. Onion

How can one recognize the current favorite and leader in cooking in this nodule with a terrible smell and tears when cut? No way! But it occurred to someone to dig, remove the husk, chop, and put the onion in the stew. — dogsolitude_uk / Reddit


25. Chocolate

A true genius has created this sweet masterpiece from bitter cocoa beans! But how did he know? — Skitzcordova / Reddit


26. Lutefisk

Fish in lye is another strange Scandinavian masterpiece. First, you go to the fish store. Then you leave it hanging on a stick for a few months to dry. Then put in water for a couple of days. Then you put it in lye water for a couple more days. And at the end, you put it back in clean water, cook, and eat. Why so much work to spoil the fish? — anon/Reddit


27. Noodles

Five points to the one who first thought of rolling out the dough thinly, then cutting it into long strips. It turns out delicious! buzzbuzzwakeup / Reddit


28. Sea urchin

The first person to taste a sea urchin most likely dived into the depths of the sea and suddenly saw ugly prickly lumps at the bottom. "Remove anyway!" thought the diver, piercing all his hands. — Miryam / Reddit


29. Palm's heart

“Something this year is a crop failure of coconuts! Let's eat the whole coconut tree! No, only the core is better, and we will throw everything else away! — Cracked_Emerald / Reddit


30. Acorns

You can't eat them straight from the tree. But how hungry you must be to figure out how to grind acorns into powder or leach tannins three times! And then they can make flour or "coffee." — mobiusteph/Reddit


31. Aki fruit

Even though most of this fruit is poisonous, it is still eaten. In Jamaica, aka is considered the national fruit and delicacy. They do not cook poisonous seeds but fresh hard peel. How was anyone able to figure this out in the first place? Xero-theory / Reddit


32. Caviar

It is hard to believe, but there used to be so many sturgeon, beluga, and stellate sturgeon that caviar was the food of poor fishermen. Once upon a time, they walked knee-deep on it ... - jack28415 / Reddit


33. Guinness, cola, or any black drink

How did these drinks become popular? They were created by accident, and the sales went: “Look, this is not so bad for our business!” — Zeruvi/Reddit.


34. Olives

They are so tasteless on the tree that someone decided to pickle them: maybe at least they can be eaten like that? Or crush and get oil? This ancient Greek was a genius. — _thatsmeinthecorner_ / Reddit


35. Pufferfish

How did people know that only a certain part of the pufferfish is not poisonous if cut properly? — SuccessfulFailure9 / Reddit



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Nothing human is alien, even to representatives of the royal families. And if, before the mass appearance of cameras, the ordinary life of monarchs was more of intricacies of myths, conjectures, and mysteries, then with the advent of photography, we got a previously absent chance to look behind the screen and find out how these same monarchs lived and how they behaved in ordinary life.


Photos where the Queen changes the wheel on the car and eats with his hands


One of the brightest representatives of this "life for the show" is Elizabeth Alexandra Mary, better known as Elizabeth II. She was not embarrassed by the camera, so you can still find many photographs from infancy and old age on the Internet.


1. Princess Elizabeth II in a stroller at six months:


2. Walk with your nannies and stroller with your sister, Princess Margaret:


3. Standing in front of her "playhouse" given to her by the people of Wales:


4. Riding a tricycle:


5. Posing with his dogs in a house in Piccadilly, London:


Queen Elizabeth II was a respected public figure, welcoming foreign officials to state dinners, opening parliament sessions, and watching her subjects smile from their banknotes.


His face appeared on Andy Warhol's tape paintings, on towels or cups, was honored by poets such as Simon Armitage, or mocked by singers such as the punk band Sex Pistols. The Queen seemed to be above criticism and public figures such as the Pope or the Dalai Lama. Even the most vocal critics of the monarchy said, "the Queen has done a good job, though."


How did he achieve this feat in his public image? According to Politico, Elisabeta managed to use the virtue of silence. Refusing to express her own opinion, the queen remained silent and enigmatic. Showing the public only a neutral and vague facade, while no one in the general public had access to the honest Elizabeth, she became the most successful sovereign of recent times.


Behind the symbol was a person. Born by cesarean section on April 21, 1926, Elizabeth was the first daughter of a prince who, although second in line, did not look like he would become king. Home Secretary William Joynson-Hicks was present at her birth, as custom dictates that such an official must ensure that the baby is not swapped, by a plot, for another.


Young Elizabeth grew up in the heart of London, in a 25-room palace with a ballroom and an enormous garden. Although in childhood photographs, she appears with her loving parents, Elizabeth and her sister Margaret were raised by an army of servants and teachers and rarely saw their parents. Her first word was not her mother but "Bobo," one of the nannies who raised her.


6. And hugs one of them:


7. Pony ride at Windsor Great Park:


8. Stands in the ranks of the swimming team:


9. Next to your horse on your 13th birthday:


This was by his side all his life, and he never gave interviews. She was rewarded with a special status in Buckingham Palace for her fidelity. Other people who raised her were practically erased from the family's memory when they spoke to the media. The monarchy came first, before the person.


At 13, in 1939, the young Elisabeta met the man who would become her husband during a visit to Dartmouth Naval College. At 19, the Greek Philip was worldly, exotic, and raised in Paris in exile. He didn't get along with his family: three sisters were married to Nazis, the father threw the family's money into the casinos of Monte Carlo, and the mother had schizophrenia. The young princess fell in love with this rebel, who she said looked like a "Viking god."


We don't know much about their relationship. Elisabeta's mother was initially opposed to the relationship, but the two young people persevered and managed to get engaged in 1947. We can learn something about young Elisabeta's feelings in a rare letter to a friend. Page after page, she writes about how they went dancing together in nightclubs, how they were followed by a photographer - the words of a young woman whose heels were on.


Elizabeth's wedding to Philip in November 1947 was supposed to be a proper, austere party. Sugar in Britain was still rationed, and many British cities were littered with the rubble of houses destroyed in the bombings.


The country was still facing significant financial problems following the war. However, the wedding was an excuse for festivities that swept the country. Thousands of guests worldwide came to London to attend the wedding, including King Mihai.


Finally, a good party - an excuse for the people to forget, for a few moments, the torment of war and recession and put their hopes in a young and beautiful couple. Everything seemed to signal a new beginning, and the optimistic atmosphere grew in 1949 and 1951.


Then, at just 27, Elizabeth became queen after her father died. The years 1952-1953 seem to have brought, with these challenges, quite a lot of misunderstandings in the young couple's life. Philip felt useless and distanced himself from his wife as Elizabeth took control of the country.


Elisabeta became close to one of her childhood friends, Henry Herbert. The four children of the royal couple were raised by servants and sent to boarding schools. On a lucky day, they could see their parents for half an hour.


10. Visit the Girl Guide Camp at Frogmore, Windsor:


11. Changes the wheel of a car while serving in the Auxiliary Territorial Service:


12. Dressed as Prince Salvador in the Christmas production of Sleeping Beauty at Windsor Castle:


13. On the deck of HMS Vanguard:


14. Dancing square dance with the Duke of Edinburgh at a cowboy party in Canada:


15. Filmed on a video camera aboard the ship "Gothic" during the coronation world tour:


16. On the way to a garden party in Sydney, Australia:


17. Chatting with actress Jayne Mansfield in line for an appointment at the Odeon Theater in London:


18. Playing with Prince Charles in a country house in Surrey:


19. Gets into the boat with Princess Anne:


20. Ride with Prince Charles and Princess Anne:


21. Elizabeth II eats with her hands during a meal with King Hassan during a visit to Morocco:


22. Touring Australia in 1970:


23. 50th birthday:


24. Posing with Prince Charles at Windsor Castle:


25. Cuts the cake with a sword:


26. Shaking hands with Victoria Beckham after the performance of the Spice Girls:


27. Plays with one of his dogs, Candy:


28. Admire the Lego replica of Buckingham Palace:


29. Chatting with Anna Wintour (Editor-in-Chief of the American edition of Vogue magazine) while watching the Richard Quinn show:


30. Participation in a video conference at Buckingham Palace:


31. And finally driving his Range Rover to the Windsor Horse Show last year:


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The statements of influential people who have left their mark on this world are something that will come in handy in everyday life for each of us. They help us to believe in ourselves, make the right decisions and achieve our goals. And even though the world continues to change daily, the wise words of great personalities do not have an expiration date.

Sayings of famous personalities that are relevant today

We at Bemorepanda have selected quotes that will make you think differently.

1. "You have to be the way you want to see the world." - Mahatma Gandhi

It would help if you lived, so there is something worth dying for. And do not forget to use the possibilities of the modern world to create the world you would like to be a part of.

2. “We are all geniuses. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is a fool.” - Albert Einstein

Becoming a genius is easy in theory but difficult in practice. It would help if you achieved perfection in the occupation that you most like.

3. "A life spent making mistakes is not only worthier but more useful than a life spent doing nothing." – George Bernard Shaw

Don't be afraid to experiment. They are essential for experiences that promote growth and new opportunities.


4. "He who is afraid of suffering suffers already from his fear." — Michel De Montaigne

Lost Profit Syndrome leads to suffering. And vice versa: the one who constantly suffers and whines is most often afraid of missing out on opportunities.

 5. “We sometimes think that being poor means being hungry, naked, and homeless. Real poverty is being unwanted, unloved and abandoned.” – Mother Teresa

Love is essential for a fulfilling life. We believe that only water and food are needed for this. Love everyone around you; let this be your daily practice.

6. "Love" is a verb that means action. Love feeling is the fruit of love action. — Stephen Covey

Love is mistaken for obsession and attachment. Try to love everyone around you genuinely.

7. “Actually, life is simple, but we persistently complicate it.” – Confucius

Life is simple, but the advent of social media has made it more complicated: on the Internet, we try our best to appear better than we are.


8. “If you don't like something, change it; and if you can't change, change your view of things." – Mary Engelbreit

How you think determines how you deal with stress and how healthy you are. Therefore, your view of the world is critical in your life.

9. "In seeking happiness for others, we find it for ourselves." – Plato

Do not pursue what interests and excites only you - help others, and you will become pleased.

10. "Lord, give me peace of mind to accept what I cannot change, give me the courage to change what I can change, and give me the wisdom to distinguish one from the other." – Reinhold Niebuhr

Spirituality and faith will teach you to accept what you cannot change and turn it into opportunities. Perhaps meditation and prayer are precisely what you need to gain wisdom and awareness.

 11. “Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, today is a gift from God, which is why we call it present.” — Bill Keane

Staying in the present and living every moment is the most important habit that will help you to express yourself, succeed and become happy.

 12. “Circumstances never make life unbearable. It becomes unbearable because of the lack of meaning and purpose. – Viktor Frankl

Life's difficulties and obstacles are not a reason to stop your path. They are an integral part of life, in which there is a clearly defined goal.

13. “If you want to be happy for an hour, take a nap. If you want to be happy for a day, go fishing. If you want to be happy for a year, get an inheritance. If you want to be happy for life, help someone else." – Chinese proverb

Happiness is not at all something that can be achieved. It is a skill that needs to be practiced and developed daily. And mastery in this matter can be achieved by helping others.


14. “When one door of happiness closes, another opens; but we often do not notice it, staring at the closed door. – Helen Adams Keller

Pointless obsession with the past or the future is a waste of time. All that matters is how you experience the present moment.

 15. "Most people don't listen to you with a desire to understand; they listen to you with a desire to answer." — Stephen Covey

Not all of us know how to listen to the interlocutor. We can say that our reaction (the desire to insert our word quickly) manifests the ego. The only way to become a good conversationalist is to answer when necessary.

 16. "Before you diagnose yourself with depression and low self-esteem, make sure idiots do not surround you." - Sigmund Freud

The realities of the modern world: before you think you have depression or low self-esteem, try not to use social networks for a month.

17. “Difficulties make life interesting, and overcoming them makes life meaningful.” – Joshua J. Marin

Problems put us in a state of flow, making life worth living. Don't be afraid of difficulties. On the contrary, I look forward to them.

18. "The mind, stretched by a new experience, can never return to its former size." — Oliver Wendell Holmes

How superb your opportunities for new achievements are is all that is needed for personal and professional growth and happiness.

19. “The only way we can live is growth. The only way to grow is when we change. The only way to change is to recognize. The only way to know is to be open. And the only way to be open is to go through yourself and open up.” – Joybell

Life becomes more interesting and exciting when we do not know what awaits us. Uncertainty teaches resilience, and resilience develops the qualities and skills we need to be the best we can be.

20. “Time passes too slowly for those who wait, too fast for those who are afraid, drags on for those who are sad, and seems instantaneous for those who are having fun. And for loving hearts, Time is eternity. — Henry van Dyck

Wealth is not measured by how much time you spend doing what you want. But instead, how much meaning and benefit you can derive from the time that you have.

21. “Better to die a meaningful death than to live a meaningless life.” – Corazon Aquino

As a general rule, life is meaningless if you don't have a choice in determining how meaningful it can be.

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Motivational sayings have a fantastic ability to change our attitude towards life. That is why they are so attractive and essential on our path to success. What you think about yourself, including beliefs and expectations about your abilities, determines everything that happens to you.

About life for a life: famous inspirational quotes that motivate

Man has complete control over only one thing in the universe - his thinking. By changing it, he changes the quality of his life - sometimes instantly. In the same way that kind words and well-timed humor can make someone smile, our thoughts react to the world in real-time.

This is where motivational quotes come in. When the world seems to be against you, let these wise words lift your spirits and inspire you to new achievements.

Give yourself a boost.

Sometimes we need extra motivation, and a few short words can go a long way in igniting the inner spark. If you're stuck in writer's block, some quotes from your favorite books can get you back on track. When you're trying unsuccessfully to get out of bed, some inspirational quotes will help you get through the morning. And when depression sets in, uplifting quotes will do the trick.

That's right; you don't need to read lengthy self-development books or motivational speeches. Brief words of wisdom will revive your spirit and give you a tiny push to take the next step forward. Are you looking for even more momentum after the craziness of 2022? Check out these inspirational quotes to help you start 2023 on the right note.

1. “Purpose is an integral part of everyone. This is the reason why we came to this planet at this moment in history.” – Chadwick Boseman

2. "Try to be a rainbow in other people's clouds" - Maya Angelou.

3. "No matter what you're going through, there's always light at the end of the tunnel" - Demi Lovato.

4. “The main thing is not to give up. Where there is love and inspiration, it is impossible to make a mistake.” – Ella Fitzgerald

5. "Nothing is impossible. The word itself says, "I'm possible!" - Audrey Hepburn (note: a play on words "impossible" - "I'm possible").

6. “Inspiration comes from within ourselves. You have to be positive. When you're positive, good things happen." - Deep Roy

7. “The most wasted day is the day without laughter.” – E. E. Cummings

8. “The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now.” – Chinese proverb.

9. “Every day, when you wake up, think: today I am lucky that I am alive, and I am not going to waste this precious gift,” the 14th Dalai Lama.

10. “Don't be afraid to give up the good for the great.” – John D. Rockefeller

11. “I can deal with failure. Everyone fails at some point. But I can't accept that I'm not trying." - Michael Jordan

12. “Some people are looking for a beautiful place. Others themselves make the place beautiful.” – Hazrat Inayat Khan (“It is not the place that makes the man, but the man the place”).

13. "Difficult days make us stronger" - Eli Raisman.

14. "Let's build the future now, and tomorrow our dreams will come true" - Malala Yousafzai.

15. “If people doubt you, go so far that you can no longer hear them.” - Miguel Ruiz

16. “Never limit yourself because of the limited imagination of others, and never limit others because of your limited imagination.” – Mae Jemison.

17. “Darkness cannot drive away the darkness, only light can. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.” – Martin Luther King Jr.

18. “If you have good thoughts, they will shine on your face like the rays of the sun, and you will always look beautiful.” - Roald Dahl.

19. “A champion is not defined by his victories, but by how he recovers from a fall.” – Serena Williams

20. “Act as if what you are doing is undeniable. It matters.” – William James

21. “If you see someone without a smile, give him yours.” – Dolly Parton

22. “All we have to decide is what to do with the time allotted to us.” – J.R.R. Tolkien.

23. “The upward movement of any of us is progress for all.” – Octavia Spencer

24. “Every bad hit gets me closer to the next home run.” – Babe Ruth

25. “It is not enough to have a good mind; the main thing is to apply it correctly.” – Rene Descartes

26. “You either win or you learn.” – John Maxwell

27. “Hope is a thing in feathers. It lives in my soul. Without words and despondency Always sings in me, ”- Emily Dickinson.

28. “I came to the goal not because I wanted and hoped, but because I worked hard.” - Estee Lauder.

29. “The only way to do a good job is to love what you do. If you haven't found one yet, keep looking. Don't calm down!" - Steve Jobs.

30. “Don’t let yesterday take up too much space in today.” – Will Rogers

31. “Anything is possible if you have the courage.” – J.K. Rowling.

32. “We only live once. But if you do it right, once is enough.” – Fred Allen

33. "Champions don't stop until they get what they want." - Billie Jean King

34. “Don't let people dim your brilliance because they are blinded. Encourage them to wear sunglasses.” – Lady Gaga

35. “A true friend is the one who comes when the rest of the world has gone.” – Walter Winchell

36. “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, dedicated people can change the world. That's the only way it's always been." - Margaret Mead

37. “Success is when you fall nine times and get up ten times.” – Jon Bon Jovi

38. “If Joan of Arc could turn the tide of the war before her 18th birthday, then you certainly can get out of bed.” – Elizabeth Jean Carroll

39. “Don't waste a minute until you're happy. If one window closes, run to the next or break down the door.” - Brooke Shields

40. “The end of the world cannot come today, because tomorrow in Australia” - Charles M. Schultz.

41. “We are not allowed to choose how to die. Or when. We have to decide how to live. Currently.” – Joan Baez

42. “Happiness lies in the little things in life. If you don't look closely, it becomes invisible." - Joyce Brothers

43. “Never be afraid to laugh at yourself. After all, you miss the joke of the century.” — Dame Edna Everage

44. “There are only two ways to live your life. One - as if miracles do not happen. The other is that everything around is wonderful.” – Albert Einstein

45. “The limit is in your mind. As long as you can imagine something, you can do it.” – Arnold Schwarzenegger

46. “I need to be myself. I'm not perfect, and I can make mistakes." - Laverne Cox

47. “Be grateful for what you have, and more will be given.” – Oprah Winfrey

48. “All dreams will come true if we dare to make them come true.” – Walt Disney

49. “We need to put ourselves higher on our to-do list.” - Michelle Obama.

50. “What you say no to is just as important as what you say yes to.” – Sandra Oh

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