Quotes About So What

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Richelle E. Goodrich
“Take a step back. Draw in a deep breath. Now ask yourself 'so what?' Then, after answering, ask yourself again 'so what?' And then a third time—'so what?' Chances are you'll come to realize that the issue at hand is not as dire, detrimental, or important as you first thought.”
Richelle E. Goodrich, Smile Anyway

Richelle E. Goodrich
“Two powerful, little words I've learned to use when facing challenges, fears, and doubts—so what?
Richelle E. Goodrich, Smile Anyway

David Quammen
“There’s a voice that says: "So what?"
It’s not my voice, it’s probably not yours, but it makes itself heard in the arenas of public opinion, querulous and smug and fortified by just a little knowledge, which as always is a dangerous thing. "So what if a bunch of species go extinct?" It says. "Extinction is a natural process. Darwin himself said so, didn’t he? Extinction is the complement of evolution, making room for new species to evolve. There have always been extinctions. So why worry about these extinctions currently being caused by humanity?" And there has always been a pilot light burning in your furnace. So why worry when your house is on fire?”
David Quammen, The Song Of The Dodo: Island Biogeography In An Age Of Extinctions

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