Learn to Live on the Edge Free Wallpaper [Desktop, iPhone]

Living on the Edge Desktop Wallpaper

The only thing worse than failure is a life lived in the shadows of your full potential. Your goals require risks. Potential sacrifice. It means you're going to be scared, wanting to run back from the edge to safety, to what is “comfortable.” Stand tall, gentlemen. Lift your chin and proudly live on the edge.

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Andrew is the founder and editor of Primer. He's a graduate of American University and currently lives in Los Angeles. Read more about Primer on our About page. On Instagram: @andrewsnavely and @primermagazine.


  • Reply March 15, 2012

    Antoine Bégin

    Hello Mr. Snavely,

    As I really enjoy the website you have founded, I will take a couple of minutes to make this suggestion. I’m sorry if my writing isn’t as good as yours, as I am a francophone from Quebec.

    Your wallpapers are visually great and I think you chose your quotations well.

    However, in my law firm, I can’t change my desktop, as it is the firm’s one, and neither can I change it on my phone, as it is the firm’s phone.

    What I can change though is my Facebook’s timeline cover. Not everyone is using timeline now but you know how it works: Facebook will force you to use it in the next year. Hundreds of millions of users will have to find a Facebook cover.

    I haven’t switch to Timeline yet as I can’t find something that will really represent myself. When you look at Quotation covers, I can only find passive-agressive ones, which I can’t stand.

    I thought of cropping one of your motivational desktops, but it felt wrong since your credits would not appear in the cropping and you highly deserve it.

    Therefore, would you be so kind to also add Facebook’s cover sizes to the wallpapers you are already doing?

    If you are searching for inspiration, I thing these ones would be particularly appropriate for Facebook :

    Be less curious about people and more curious about ideas. Marie Curie


    Great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people. Eleanor Roosevelt

    They were only (funny) suggestions, as I said before, you seem to have no problem in finding inspirational quotations.

    Wishing you the best,

    • Reply March 16, 2012


      That’s a great idea, I’ll try to include them when I can.

  • Reply March 17, 2012


    These are great…Thanks!

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