“Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow” is a saying that has been printed on many images. “When we learn to live for today, learn from yesterday, and plan for tomorrow…then we will have achieved contentment” was printed in the Des Moines (IA) Register on April 28, 1952.
The saying went viral in 1971-72, and is of unknown authorship. “Live for Today—Dream for Tomorrow—Learn from Yesterday” was printed in the Indianapolis (IN) Star on May 3, 1971. ” Learn from yesterday. Live for today. Hope for tomorrow” was printed in The Republic (Columbus, IN) on October 10, 1972.
“I’ve found motivation in a quote of Albert Einstein’s: ‘Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow’” was printed in the Ottawa (ON) Citizen on September 6, 2002. However, there is no evidence that German-born theoretical physicist Albert Einstein (1879-1955) ever said it.
28 April 1952, Des Moines (IA) Register, pg. 16, col. 7:
(Evelyn Brokaw, Dallas Center Times.)
When we learn to live for today, learn from yesterday, and plan for tomorrow…then we will have achieved contentment.
3 May 1971, Indianapolis (IN) Star, “Absence Of Sparrows Lamented” by Lowell Nussbaum, pg. 27, col. 2:
HERE’S A slogan which makes sense to Mack McGinnis:
“Live for Today—Dream for Tomorrow—Learn from Yesterday.”
8 September 1971, The Register (Danville, VA), pg. 6-B, col. 1 classified ad:
King Cole Sez:
Live for today, dream of tomorrow & learn from yesterday
COLE FURNITURE CO.
2 October 1971, Columbia (SC) Record, pg. 5-B, col. 8 ad:
(White’s at Richland Mall and Dutch Square.—ed.)
All we say is: “Live for today…dream for tomorrow…learn from yesterday.”
11 November 1971, Fond du Lac (WI) Commonwealth Reporter, “‘Live for Today, Dream for Tomorrow, Learn from Yesterday’ Slogan Picked,” pg. 22, col. 6:
WAUPUN—“Live for today—dream for tomorrow—learn from yesterday” was the slogan adopted for the new museum by the Waupun Historical Society Tuesday evening.
16 September 1972, Pittsburgh (PA) Post-Gazette, “Sidelights on Sports” by Al Abrams, pg. 8, col. 1:
Manny Randall writes: “I saw this somewhere—‘Learn from yesterday. Live for today. Dream of Tomorrow.’”
10 October 1972, The Republic (Columbus, IN), “Girl Boosters Vote For Net Uniforms” by Breda Hayes, pg. 8, col. 2:
Take heed, Hauser students: Learn from yesterday. Live for today. Hope for tomorrow.
Captain William Upshaw, gent., planter of Virginia: some of his Georgia descendants and allied families, Francis, Wright, MacAllen, Bardwell, Daves, Chalmers
By Sophie W. Upshaw
Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press
It has been said that we live for today, dream for tomorrow, but we learn from yesterday.
19 May 1977, The State (Columbia, SC), “The Broadway Beat” by Earl Wilson, pg. 14-C, col. 5:
REMEMBERED QUOTE: “Learn from yesterday; live for today; hop for tomorrow.”—Claude McDonald.
4 November 1978, Charleston (SC) News and Courier, ‘Peanuts” comic strip by Charles Schulz, pg. 11-B, col. 1:
(Thoughts by the dog Snoopy.—ed.)
LEARN FROM YESTERDAY
LIVE FOR TODAY
LOOK TO TOMORROW
REST THIS AFTERNOON
The Soybean Pioneers:
Trailblazers, Crusaders, Missionaries
By Leo Gilbert Windish
Henry, IL: M & D Printing
“Learn from yesterday . . . Live for today . . . and plan for tomorrow.”
25 August 1982, The State (Columbia, SC), “Divorce” by Virginia Doody Klein, pg. 12-B, col. 1:
“Learn from yesterday, Live for today, Hope for tomorrow.” Unknown
6 September 2002, Ottawa (ON) Citizen, “My new baby taught me to enjoy the miracle of life” by Kevin Wennekes, pg. A15:
In moving forward in the pursuit of normalcy, I’ve found motivation in a quote of Albert Einstein’s: “Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow.”
Donald J. Trump
Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is not to stop questioning.
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35. “Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow.” — Albert Einstein