|859. I felt that, should I fail, it would be ascribed to the fact that I was Colored.|
Frances Coppin, 1837-1913 Educator and Civic leader
|860. Failure is not a fatal disease.|
Earl G. Graves Jr., 1935- Publishing executive
|861. Treat failure as practice shots.|
Deborah McGriff, 1949- Educator
|862. Failure is another stepping stone to greatness.|
Oprah Winfrey, 1954- Entertainer
|863. A person without faith has no future.|
Michael J. Cheatham
|864. The language of faith is crucial because it affords human beings the
privilege of intimacy with the ultimate.|
Michael Eric Dyson, 1958- Scholar and Writer
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Publication information: Book title: African American Quotations. Contributors: Richard Newman - Author. Publisher: Oryx Press. Place of publication: Phoenix. Publication year: 1998. Page number: 136.
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