Quotes On Broken Trust Biogarphy
Ah, yes… Ernest Hemingway. Beloved author of classics such as “The Old Man and the Sea,” “For Whom the Bell Tolls,” and “The Sun Also Rises,” who also lived an amazing, adventure filled life that would be hard to describe in just a few sentences. It’s no wonder there are tons of Hemingway quotes that can provide infinite value.
One example of his adventures took place on a fishing trip in 1931, where he fired a submachine gun to ward off sharks that wanted nothing more than his catch of the day. During the entire ordeal he also shot both of his own legs, proving the man had his priorities in order.
Still not convinced that Hemingway was just the ultimate man’s man? He used to hunt for German U-boats, equipped with a submachine gun (again) and hand grenades. It’s never mentioned whether or not he found any, but let’s assume he did for the sake of his reputation.
The FBI also may have caught on to his crazy misadventures. It’s been reported that the bureau had an open file on Hemingway after World War II. They suspected Hemingway of having close ties with Cuba and there were rumors afloat that he shared friendship with Fidel Castro. Tragically, the FBI’s surveillance of him may have driven him to suicide.
Regardless of rumors and his crazy antics, he is indisputably one of the greatest writers ever. Hemingway is the paradigm of what a man strives to be. He was fearless, passionate, and just the right amount of insane (arguable.) His words were profound not only in literature, but through his core beliefs. Here are 10 wonderful Ernest Hemingway quotes.
Ernest Hemingway Quotes, Lessons to Live By
Nothing is perfect the first time
“The first draft of anything is shit.”
Guess how many times I’ve had to revise this article? Hemingway is right, the first draft will always end up terrible. No matter how skilled you think you may be or how much heart you bleed into your writing, it will be terrible if you don’t put more effort.
There is always going to be something that can be improved or maybe you’ll catch a mistake in the second run through.
This goes for anything in life, the first time is guaranteed to be terrible. How do you improve at anything? Only through the second, third, and thousandth try do you become a master. Even then, there’s room for more growth, never stop growing.
If Hemingway can’t create perfection in one go, neither can you.