|Milton Courts, Brisbane, Australia
26–28 December 1962
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“Our challenge as parents is to be patient enough to allow our children to take ten minutes to do something that would take us two seconds. We need to allow our children to develop what I call their struggle muscle. This is developed the same way any other muscle develops, through regular exercise.”
—Stephanie Martson (20th century)
“The only use of an obstacle is to be overcome. All that an obstacle does with brave men is, not to frighten them, but to challenge them.”
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