Thomas Edison

Just because something doesn’t do what you planned it to do doesn’t mean it’s useless.
                                                                                                                   Thomas Edison

There is usually something useful in ideas that are abandon or things that are just discarded.

A Mommas View is participating in the challenge and we have decided to join such a positive gathering. Today is the third and last day of the fun challenge.

We would like to invite our newest blogosphere friend and here are the rules:

1~Post a quote a day for three days.
2~Challenge one new blogger per day for three days

Challenging:  Kah Choon from Malaysia. Who blogs about different topics.

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It’s an amazing world of science…let’s go exploring!

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30 Comments

  1. Kah Choon says:

    Thanks for nominating me for this challenge, I feel honored to share my favorite quotes to my friends. 🙂

  2. Faraday's Candle says:

    It’s an amazing world of science…!

  3. reocochran says:

    Definitely we learn things from our mistakes.I admire Thomas Edison and he had spent half his life in Ohio where I live. Smiles to you for a great quote, a lesson in Life.

  4. Faraday's Candle says:

    There are little lessons everywhere yo go.
    Enjoy your Sunday!

  5. clanton1934 says:

    Thomas Edison would liked this:
    “You have not failed until you quit trying.”

    ― Gordon B. Hinckley

  6. Faraday's Candle says:

    Wonderful.
    It does sound like Edison.

    It is all about working hard.

  7. JojoBean says:

    Usually Plan A goes tits-up for me… but there are an additional 25 letters in the English alphabet 😉

  8. Faraday's Candle says:

    There are more letters indeed!

  9. That quote hit to home…. I have so many pieces of beadwork designs that started out being one way and ended up being something totally different. Love the quotes from Edison.
    Have fun girls!

  10. PS I visited his home in Ohio as a teen with my grandparents. Was over 45 years ago and I still remember some of it.

  11. Faraday's Candle says:

    It must have been a thrill seeing so many of the things he was working on.

  12. Faraday's Candle says:

    There are times that it is even better.
    Thanks for stopping by!

  13. Hahaha you say was like he had been alive at the time of my visit. Sorry I couldn’t resist the laugh at your faux pas.

  14. Here is a man that inspired 🙂 Have a wonderful new week. Love and Blessings to you xxx

  15. AmyRose🌹 says:

    LOVE this quote!!! I can so relate!! <3

  16. Faraday's Candle says:

    Thank you.

    This link is the explanation on viewing the planets which you had requested.
    https://youtu.be/EOo_qBNWpbc

    Happy Groundhog day!

  17. Faraday's Candle says:

    To you Too.

    Happy Groundhog Day!

  18. Faraday's Candle says:

    Ha, ha, ha!! Oh well!!

    Happy Groundhog Day!
    http://faradayscandle.com/phil-and-his-shadow/

  19. It there such a day?? lol.. only watched the film 🙂

  20. Faraday's Candle says:

    There is. We have never witnessed it but see it on the news and read about it. It looks like fun…lol.

  21. amommasview says:

    What a fantastic quote!

  22. Faraday's Candle says:

    It is! Very inspirational.

    Enjoy your week!

  23. La Sabrosona says:

    Food for thought. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  24. Faraday's Candle says:

    Nice having you stop by!

  25. milliethom says:

    A very true quote. So often experiments don’t give answers we anticipate. Finding out is a lot of what science is all about. I suppose we can also apply the quote to things in everyday life.

  26. Faraday's Candle says:

    This quote does apply to science and everyday life.

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