Welcome to our collection of quotes on Progress. Throughout history, progress has been at the heart of human achievement and advancement. It embodies the desire for improvement, growth, and the pursuit of a better future. These quotes from thinkers, visionaries, and leaders of the past and present shed light on the concept of progress and its impact on various aspects of life.
Progress encompasses not only scientific and technological advancements but also personal and societal development. It pushes us to break boundaries, challenge conventional wisdom, and embrace innovation. From inspiring individuals to large-scale transformations, these quotes exemplify the optimism and determination that progress entails. They remind us that progress is not solely measured by material gains, but also by the evolution of our thoughts, values, and attitudes.
Whether you seek motivation to overcome obstacles in your own life or a deeper understanding of the world's progress, this collection offers timeless wisdom from a multitude of sources. These quotes illustrate the enduring human spirit that continuously strives for improvement, adaptability, and positive change. As you explore these pages, may the words of these remarkable individuals inspire you to embrace progress in all its forms.
I have never been more proud of the United States than I am this year. We have elected an African-American president. We have the stellar Michelle Obama setting the standard for American women. I simply cannot say it enough: look how far we've come.
Other days, other ways; and, although they have now been greatly improved upon, the old country midwives did at least succeed in bringing into the world many generations of our forefathers, or where should we be now? —
I work very slowly. It's like building a ladder, where you're building your own ladder rung by rung, and you're climbing the ladder. It's not the best way to build a ladder, but I don't know any other way.
No age can have everthing and in material ways ours is more fortunate than any preceding one. Our ancestors appear to have mastered the art of living better than we are able to when an easy conscience, largely due to the unshaken faith of the time, left a marging of spiritual energy with which to enjoy life.