One Man of tolerable Abilities may work
great Changes, and accomplish great Affairs among Mankind,
if he first forms a good Plan, and . . . makes the Execution
of that same Plan his sole Study and Business. Benjamin
Self-conquest is the greatest of all victories.
Most powerful is one who has oneself in
ones own power. Seneca
Cherish your visions; cherish the music
that stirs in your heart, the beauty that forms in your mind,
the loveliness that drapes your purest thoughts, for . . .if
you remain true to them, your world will at last be built.
the . . .
Joy of Originating
Improvement of Talent
Value of Time
Virtue of Patience
Obligation of Duty
Dignity of Simplicity
Wisdom of Economy
Pleasure of Kindness
Worth of Character
Influence of Example
Success of Perseverance.
small groups of thoughtful,
dedicated people change the world.
Observe one's thoughts, words, and deeds.
Discern whether they are indeed harmoniously congruent for
Be mindful of the spirits that act accordingly.
How much can I love?
How good can I be?
How great is my humility?
the Powers that Be
What is Your will for me today?
Where shall I go? How long shall I stay?
Whom shall I meet along the way?
How shall I serve in the roll that I play? - Russo & Pino
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