Here we have the best Endeavour Quotes from famous authors such as Roman Abramovich, Jay Griffiths, P. J. O’Rourke, Naveen Tewari, Alexander Pope. Find the perfect quotation from our collection.
Time is found in the calibration of the individual to the timing of a collective endeavour, the social grace that less clock-bound societies must practise.
A man and a woman may become quite intimate in a quarter of an hour. Almost certainly will they endeavour to explain themselves to each other before many minutes have elapsed; but a man and a man will not do this, and even less so will a woman and a woman, for these are parallel lines which will never meet.
Riding a bicycle is the summit of human endeavour – an almost neutral environmental effect coupled with the ability to travel substantial distances without disturbing anybody. The bike is the perfect marriage of technology and human energy.
Science is the quintessential international endeavour, and the sterling reputation of the Nobel awards is partly due to the widely-perceived lack of national and other biases in the selection of the laureates.
Generally, it is human endeavour to have young people lead, and you see that in public life in the U.S. and everywhere.
Everything has to keep moving forward in ‘Endeavour.’ Otherwise, it will stagnate.
We will continue to support our sportspersons and we endeavour to make India a sporting powerhouse.
I want people of my generation who‘ve never seen ‘Endeavour’ before to enjoy this series.
Broad paths are open to every endeavour, and a sympathetic recognition is assured to every one who consecrates his art to the divine services of a conviction of a consciousness.
In any area of human endeavour, there is going to be mediocrity. You’re going to find people who get money that they shouldn’t get.
For a scientist, it is a unique experience to live through a period in which his field of endeavour comes to bloom – to be witness to those rare moments when the dawn of understanding finally descends upon what appeared to be confusion only a while ago – to listen to the sound of darkness crumbling.