kdo chce, hledá způsoby, kdo nechce, hledá důvody

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EtymologyEdit

Literal meaning: Those who want seek means, those who don't seek reasons.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ˈɡdo ˈxt͡sɛ ǀ ˈɦlɛdaː ˈspuːsobɪ ǀ ˈɡdo ˈnɛxt͡sɛ ǀ ˈɦlɛdaː ˈduːvodɪ]

ProverbEdit

kdo chce, hledá způsoby, kdo nechce, hledá důvody

  1. those who want to do something find a way to do it, and those who do not find reasons for why it is not possible; where there is a will there is a way
    • 2013, Jiří Jemelka, Prodej – dřina nebo hra[1], Praha: Grada Publishing, →ISBN, page 85:
      Kdo chce, hledá způsoby, kdo nechce, hledá důvody. Pán zjevně hledal jen důvody, jak a proč něco nepůjde.
      Those who want seek means, those who don't seek reasons. It was clear that the man was just seeking reasons why something would not be possible.