Who said “Everything will be okay in the end. If it’s not okay then it’s not the end”?

I’ve seen this quote a lot and I was wondering who said it, or where it comes from!

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  • It is Paolo Coelho a Brazilian writer 😉

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    OK so you are peed off for being taught differently – for goodness sake unless the new instructor breathes fire, ask her to explain why she wants you to ride differently to the way you were taught. As for your original instructor, just because someone once did something great does not make them a brilliant teacher. I went on a show jumping course taken by a top UK show jumper and he was a terrible teacher, he hadn’t a clue how to put across what he wanted. I did learn a lot from the course because I did understand when he was trying to say and ended up ‘translating’ for others on the course. LOL Ask, no good instructor will be annoyed if you are polite and questioning rather than challenging. If she does object and will not give valid reasons for her trying to change your riding then don’t go to her gain.

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    Who said “Everything will be okay in the end. If it’s not okay then it’s not the end”?

    I’ve seen this quote a lot and I was wondering who said it, or where it comes from!

  • A quote from Pattel at the movie Marigold Hotel

  • Fernando Sabino, a Brazilian writer, created this quotation wrongly attributed to Paulo Coelho, a younger Brazilian writer. I’ve also seen it attributed to John Lennon. The original says, “No fim, tudo dá certo. Se não deu, ainda não chegou ao fim.” I used the quotation in my Master’s dissertation in 1981. Don’t know when Sabino created it.

  • John Lennon

  • Paolo Coelho

  • That’s definately an inspirting quote, beautiful.

    I have no idea who though.

  • Oscar Wilde….

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