Cotton Hill Quotes

I lost my shins in the war, but I gained a whole lot of character.

I may be a cripple, but I’m still stronger than most of you.

Pain is just weakness leaving the body. And boy, I’ve left a lot of weakness behind.

Back in my day, we didn’t have all these fancy gadgets. We had grit and determination.

I’ve been through hell and back, and I’ve still got a few miles left in me.

I may only have one leg, but I can still kick your ass.

If you want something done right, you’ve gotta do it yourself. That’s how I became a war hero.

I didn’t lose my legs for nothing. I lost them for freedom, for America.

Pain is temporary, but glory is eternal. Remember that, son.

I don’t need your pity. I’ve earned my stripes, and I wear them proudly.

I may be missing a few parts, but I’ve still got a whole lot of fight left in me.

War may have taken my legs, but it didn’t take my spirit.

Life is a battle, and I’ve been winning my whole damn life.

I don’t let my disabilities define me. I define them.

I may have a few screws loose, but that just makes me more interesting.

Don’t underestimate an old war dog. We still bite.

You don’t become a legend overnight. It takes blood, sweat, and tears.

I may not be able to walk, but I can still march to the beat of my own drum.

I didn’t choose this life, but I damn well made the most of it.

I don’t need anyone’s approval. I’ve already proved myself.

I may be broken, but I’m still standing tall.

I’ve faced death more times than I can count, and it never scared me.

I may be missing a few pieces, but I’m still a whole man.

I didn’t survive all those battles to be taken down by a little adversity.

I may not be as mobile as I once was, but I can still outsmart any enemy.

I didn’t let my injuries define me. I defined them.

I may have lost my legs, but I gained a whole lot of heart.

I’ve been through the worst, and I’ve come out stronger on the other side.

Life is a series of battles, and I’ve never backed down from a fight.

I may have a few scars, but they’re just reminders of the battles I’ve won.

I’ve learned to adapt and overcome, and that’s what makes me unstoppable.

I didn’t let my injuries hold me back. They propelled me forward.

I don’t need your sympathy. I’ve learned to rely on myself.

I may not be whole physically, but I’m whole in spirit.

I’ve seen the darkest side of humanity, and it’s only made me more resilient.

I’ve been to hell and back, and I’m not afraid to go there again.

I’m not disabled. I’m differently abled.

Adversity is just another word for opportunity.

I’m not defined by what I’m missing, but by what I’ve gained.

I don’t need legs to stand tall. I’ve got guts and determination.

I’ve got more fight left in me than most people have in their entire body.

I don’t need two legs to kick ass. I only need one.

I’ve got a fire inside me that can’t be extinguished.

I didn’t let war break me. It only made me stronger.

I may be physically damaged, but my spirit is unbreakable.

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