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Ben Carson Quotes About God, Education, Success, Life, Leadership, Medicine, Happiness & Motivational! An American neurosurgeon and Famous writer, Ben Carson, was the first person to separate conjoined twins linked at the head surgically. He was born in Detroit, Michigan, on September 18, 1951. Ben had no desire to go to school because of his upbringing, and he was also growing more aggressive. His mother instituted a stricter schedule for her boys and had them work harder.

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Ben’s mother encouraged him to take his studies more seriously, and he quickly became a top student in his class. In 1973, he graduated from Southwestern High School with high honors and went to Yale University, where he got a degree in psychology in 1974.

He enrolled at the University of Michigan’s Medical School to pursue his goal of becoming a physician. He developed an interest in neurosurgery at the University, where he received his M.D. degree. His first job was as a neurosurgery resident at Baltimore’s world-famous Johns Hopkins Hospital, where he served from 1977. He was an excellent surgeon because of his superb eye-hand coordination. During Carson’s distinguished career, he has done several ground-breaking surgical operations, including the separation of Siamese twins.

He has released many books as a prominent physician and political theorist. These include ‘Gifted Hands,’ ‘One Vote: Make Your Voice Heard Again,’ ‘America the Beautiful, and ‘You Have a Brain,’ among many more. In 2008, he was won the ‘Presidential Medal of Freedom.’ There’s no question that Carson is one of the world’s most outstanding surgeons; here are some of his opinions, beliefs, and comments.

Best Ben Carson Quotes

1. “Success is determined not by whether or not you face obstacles, but by your reaction to them. And if you look at these obstacles as a containing fence, they become your excuse for failure. If you look at them as a hurdle, each one strengthens you for the next.” – Ben Carson

2. “Happiness doesn’t result from what we get, but from what we give.” – Ben Carson

3. “Successful people don’t have fewer problems. They have determined that nothing will stop them from going forward.” – Ben Carson

4. “If you hear how wonderful you are often enough, you begin to believe it, no matter how you try to resist it.” – Ben Carson

5. “Here is the treasure chest of the world – the public library, or a bookstore.” – Ben Carson

6. “It does not matter where we come from or what we look like. If we recognize our abilities, are willing to learn and to use what we know in helping others, we will always have a place in the world.” – Ben Carson

7. “If we make every attempt to increase our knowledge in order to use it for human good, it will make a difference in us and in our world.” – Ben Carson

8. “When we are confronted by failure and mistakes, we can leave them behind and go on with our lives.” – Ben Carson

9. “If we develop in-depth knowledge it will enable us to give our best to others and help to make a better world.” – Ben Carson

10. “I am convinced that knowledge is power – to overcome the past, to change our own situations, to fight new obstacles, to make better decisions.” – Ben Carson

11. “People are simply not willing to look at their problems honestly and admit that they have problems.” – Ben Carson

12. “Because if you don’t accept excuses, pretty soon people stop giving them, and they start looking for solutions. And that is a critical issue when it comes to success.” – Ben Carson

13. “No knowledge is ever wasted.” – Ben Carson

14. “While wisdom dictates the need for education, education does not necessarily make one wise.” – Ben Carson

15. “To do his best, one needs a confidence that says, “I can do anything, and if I can’t do it, I know how to get help.” – Ben Carson

16. “If you can read, honey, you can learn just about anything you want to know.” – Ben Carson

17. “When someone is being particularly mean and nasty, I simply think to myself, he or she used to be a cute little baby, I wonder what happened?” – Ben Carson

18. “There is no freedom without bravery.” – Ben Carson

19. “There is no such thing as an average human being. If you have a normal brain, you are superior.” – Ben Carson

20. “…the brain can process two million bits of information per second. It remembers everything you’ve ever seen, everything you’ve ever heard…” – Ben Carson

21. “Close the wounds, and the 22-hour surgical ordeal was over.” – Ben Carson

22. “In any career, whether as a surgeon, a musician, or a secretary, one needs to have a confidence that says, “I can do anything, and if I can’t do it, I know how to get help.” – Ben Carson

23. “The human brain has billions of neurons and hundreds of billions of interconnections. It can process more than two million bits of information per second and can remember everything you have ever seen or heard.” – Ben Carson

24. “What is the best thing that happens if we refuse to abide by the dictates of political correctness? I believe that we could return to a nation that truly cherishes freedom of speech and freedom of expression.” – Ben Carson

25. “When the vision of the U.S. government included guarding the rights of people but staying out of their way, America was an economic engine more powerful than anything the world had ever witnessed.” – Ben Carson

26. “They forbid the use of the word slavery by conservatives, the mention of Nazism by conservatives, or the mention of homosexuality in anything other than a positive context, to name a few of their rules.” – Ben Carson

27. “Being a member of a minority race doesn’t mean being a minority achiever.” – Ben Carson

28. “If Americans simply choose to vote for the person who has a D or an R by their name, we will get what we deserve, which is what we have now.” – Ben Carson

29. “Everyone in the world is worth being nice to. Because God never creates inferior human beings, each person deserves respect and dignity.” – Ben Carson

30. “God has given us more than fourteen billion cells and connections in our brain. Why would God give us such a complex organ system unless he expects us to use it?” – Ben Carson

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