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A limit is a bound beyond which one may not go.
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- He, therefore, who fixes a limit of any kind to his intellectual attainments dwarfs himself, and cramps the growth of that mind given to us by the Creator, and capable of indefinite expansion.
- William H. Crogman, "The Importance of Correct Ideals" (1892), in Talks for the Times (1896), p. 282
- So put me on a highway
And show me a sign
And take it to the limit one more time.
- Eagles song "Take It to the Limit"
- I’m not going to limit myself just because people won’t accept the fact that I can do something else.
- Dolly Parton, quoted in British Vogue]
- Internally, knowing your limits keeps you humble, motivated, and focused on a goal to point your finger toward. Externally, knowing the limits that are set to you by others gives you a place to point a different finger. And yes, I am talking about the middle one.
- Michelle Yeoh as quoted in Harvard Magazine\, May 24, 2023