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Whatever you say to yourself, with emotion, generates thoughts, ideas and behaviors consistent with those words Brian Tracy * There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so. William Shakespeare * Optimism means expecting the best, but confidence means knowing how to handle the worst. Never make a move if you are merely optimistic. The Zurich Axioms * e not afraid of life. elieve that life is worth living and your belief will help create the fact. William James * The real voyage of discovery consists not in making new landscapes but in having neweyes. Marcel Proust

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* eing a sex symbol has to do with an attitude, not looks. !ost men think it"s looks, most women know otherwise. Kathleen Turner * #unny is an attitude. Flip Wilson * When you believe you can$you can% Maxwell Maltz * &evelop an attitude of gratitude, and give thanks for everything that happens to you, knowing that every step forward is a step toward achieving something bigger and better than your current situation. Brian Tracy * 'nowledge is proud that she knows so much( Wisdom is humble that she knows no more. owper

* )*ve never been poor, only broke. eing poor is a frame of mind. eing broke is only a temporary situation. Mike To!! * egin with praise and honest appreciation. +all attention to people*s mistakes indirectly. Talk about your own mistakes before critici,ing the other person. -sk .uestions instead of giving direct orders...!ake the fault easy to correct. !ake the other person happy about doing what you suggest. "ale arne#ie * The remarkable thing we have is a choice every day regarding the attitude we will embrace for that day. We cannot change our past... We cannot change the fact that people will act in a certain way. We cannot change the inevitable. The only thing we can do is play on the one string we have, and that is our attitude. harles Swin!oll * Whether you think you can or think you can*t $ you are right. $enry For! * !ental attitude is more important than mental capacity. Walter "ill Scott Pa#e% & ' ( ' ) ' *+,T

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Achievement * 3ress on$ nothing can take the place of persistence. Talent will not( nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. 4enius will not( unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. /ducation will not( the world is full of educated derelicts. 3erseverance and

determination alone are omnipotent. al-in ooli!#e * The only people who achieve much are those who want knowledge so badly that they seek it while the conditions are still favorable. #avorable conditions never come. .S. /ewis * -chievement seems to be connected with action. 5uccessful men and women keep moving. They make mistakes, but they don*t .uit. onra! $ilton * There are no shortcuts to life*s greatest achievements. Anonymous * 3ersonal development is your springboard to personal excellence. Ongoing, continuous, non$stop personal development literally assures you that there is no limit to what you can accomplish. Brian Tracy * 3eriods of tran.uility are seldom prolific of creative achievement. !ankind has to be stirred up.6 Al0re! *orth Whitehea!

* 7ou are not here merely to make a living. 7ou are here in order to enable the world to live more amply, with greater vision, with a finer spirit of hope and achievement. 7ou are here to enrich the world, and you impoverish yourself if you forget the errand. Woo!row Wilson * 7ou can do anything you wish to do, have anything you wish to have, be anything you wish to be. 1o2ert ollier * !an is not the sum of what he has but the totality of what he does not yet have, of what he might have. Jean3Paul Sartre * There are only two roads that lead to something like human happiness. They are marked by the words . . . love and achievement. . . . )n order to be happy oneself it is necessary to make at least one other person happy. . . . The secret of human happiness is not in self$seeking but in self$forgetting. "r. Theo!or 1eik

* Never tell people how to do things. Tell them what to do and they will surprise you with their ingenuity. 4eneral 4eor#e Smith Patton5 Jr. * #ive minutes, 0ust before going to sleep, given to a bit of directed imagination regarding achievement possibilities of the morrow, will steadily and increasingly bear fruit, particularly if all ideas of difficulty, worry or fear are resolutely ruled out and replaced by those of accomplishment and smiling courage. Fre!erick Pierce

* The best 0ob goes to the person who can get it done without passing the buck or coming back with excuses. *apolean $ill * - handful of pine$seed will cover mountains with the green ma0esty of forest. ) too will set my face to the wind and throw my handful of seed on high. William Sharp * +ompetition is a by$product of productive work, not its goal. - creative man is motivated by the desire to achieve, not by the desire to beat others. Ayn 1an! * We are more ready to try the untried when what we do is inconse.uential. 8ence the remarkable fact that many inventions had their birth as toys. +ric $o00er * Only if you reach the boundary will the boundary recede before you. -nd if you don*t, if you confine your efforts, the boundary will shrink to accommodate itself to your efforts. -nd you can only expand your capacities by working to the very limit. $u#h *i2ley * 5omeone has defined genius as intensity of purpose9 the ability to do, the patience to wait. . . . 3ut these together and you have genius, and you have achievement. /eo J. Muir Pa#e% & ' ( ' ) '*+,T

Character * What we think or what we believe is, in the end, of little conse.uence. The only thing of conse.uence is what we do. John 1uskin * -nother man*s soul is darkness. 1ussian pro-er2 * When you have a number of disagreeable duties to perform, always do the most disagreeable first. Josiah 6uincy * 8e that can heroically endure adversity will bear prosperity with e.ual greatness of soul( for the mind that cannot be de0ected by the former is not likely to be transported with the latter. $enry Fiel!in# * 8e who reigns within himself and rules his passions, desires, and fears is more than a king. John Milton

* Our lives teach us who we are. Salman 1ush!ie * Never does a man portray his own character more vividly than in his manner of portraying another. Jean Paul 1ichter

* efore you can inspire with emotion, you must be swamped with it yourself. efore you can move their tears, your own must flow. To convince them, you must yourself believe. Winston hurchill * )f you don"t have enemies, you don"t have character. Paul *ewman * )t is not fair to ask of others what you are unwilling to do yourself. Anna +leanor 1oose-elot * !en occasionally stumble over the truth, but most of them pick themselves up and hurry off as if nothing happened. Winston hurchill

* The time is always right to do what is right. Martin /uther Kin# Jr. * egin with praise and honest appreciation. +all attention to people*s mistakes indirectly. Talk about your own mistakes before critici,ing the other person. -sk .uestions instead of giving direct orders...!ake the fault easy to correct. !ake the other person happy about doing what you suggest. "ale arne#ie * :ots of people want to ride with you in the limo, but what you want is someone who will take the bus with you when the limo breaks down. 7prah Win0rey * 7ou can tell a lot about a fellow*s character by his way of eating 0elly beans. 1onal! Wilson 1ea#an * 8e who wishes to be rich in a day will be hanged in a year. /eonar!o !a 8inci * - persons character is but half formed until after wedlock. . Simmons * 7ou can easily 0udge the character of a man by how he treats those who can do nothing for him. James ". Miles

* +haracter, in the long run, is the decisive factor in the life of an individual and of nations alike. Theo!ore 1oose-elt * Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man"s character, give him power. A2raham /incoln * +haracter is not made in a crisis it is only exhibited. 1o2ert Freeman

* +haracter cannot be developed in ease and .uiet. Only through experiences of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, vision cleared, ambition inspired and success achieved. $elen A!ams Keller * +haracter is made by what you stand for( reputation by what you fall for. 1o2ert 6uillen * The good man is the man who, no matter how morally unworthy he has been, is moving to become better. John "ewey * The proper time to influence the character of a child is about a hundred years before he"s born. William 1. 9n#e * Weakness of attitude becomes weakness of character. Al2ert +instein * ;esponsibility is the thing people dread most of all. 7et it is the one thing in the world that develops us, gives us man hood or womanhood fibre. "r. Frank rane *7ou can tell a lot about a fellow"s character by his way of eating 0elly beans. 1onal! 1ea#an

* ;eputation is the shell a man discards when he leaves life for immortality. 8is character he takes with him. Anonymous

* #ame is a vapor, popularity an accident, riches take wing, and only character endures. $orace 4reeley * -lways do right $ this will gratify some and astonish the rest. Mark Twain * &ie when ) may, ) want it said by those who knew me best that ) always plucked a thistle and planted a flower where ) thought a flower would grow. A2raham /incoln * /very man has three characters9 that which he shows, that which he has, and that which he thinks he has. Alphonse Karr Character * +ourage is rightly esteemed the first of human .ualities because it is the .uality which guarantees all others. Sir Winston hurchill * +haracter is a subtle thing. )ts sources are obscure, its roots delicate and invisible. We know it when we see it and it always commands our admiration, and the absence of it our pity( but it is largely a matter of will. /eo J. Muir * )f it ever came to a choice between compromising my moral principles and the performance of my duties, ) know )*d go with my moral principles. Anonymous * !an is not the sum of what he has but the totality of what he does not yet have, of what he might have. Jean3Paul Sartre * )n thy face ) see The map of honour, truth, and loyalty William Shakespeare

* Not a day passes over the earth, but men and women of no note do great deeds, speak great words and suffer noble sorrows. harles 1ea!e * +haracter is destiny. $eraclitus

* ) have made a ceaseless effort not to ridicule, not to bewail, not to scorn human actions, but to understand. Baruch Spinoza * - reputation once broken may possibly be repaired, but the world will always keep their eyes on the spot where the crack was. Joseph $all * Why are we surprised when fig trees bear figs< Mar#aret Titzel

* )t is easy to be tolerant of the principles of other people if you have none of your own. $er2ert Samuel * +haracter is like a tree and reputation like its shadow. The shadow is what we think of it( the tree is the real thing. A2raham /incoln * 8onor has not to be won( it must only not be lost. Arthur Schopenhauer* What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters, compared to what lies within us. 7li-er Wen!ell $olmes * +haracter is the foundation stone upon which one must build to win respect. =ust as no worthy building can be erected on a weak foundation, so no lasting reputation worthy of respect can be built on a weak character. 1. . Samsel Strength * )f there is any responsibility in the cycle of life it must be that one generation owes to the next that strength by which it can come to face ultimate concerns in its own way. +rik +rikson * When you get to the end of your rope, tie a knot and hang on. Franklin ". 1oose-elt * Our real problem, then, is not our strength today( it is rather the vital necessity of action today to ensure our strength tomorrow. "wi#ht ". +isenhower

* ) believe that anyone can con.uer fear by doing the things he fears to do, provided he keeps doing them until he gets a record of successful experiences behind him. +leanor 1oose-elt * &o not pray for easy lives. 3ray to be stronger men% &o no pray for tasks e.ual to your powers. 3ray for power e.ual to your tasks. Phillips Brooks

* Our greatest glory is not in never failing, but in rising up every time we fail. 1alph Wal!o +merson * There is a growing strength in women, but it is in the forehead, not in the forearm. Be-erly Sills * #ortunately for themselves and the world, nearly all men are cowards and dare not act on what they believe. Nearly all our disasters come of a few fools having the 6courage of their convictions. o-entry Patmore * 5trength does not come from physical capacity. )t comes from an indomitable will. Mahatma 4an!hi * Never, never, never give up. Winston hurchill * 7ou gain strength, courage and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. 7ou are able to say to yourself, 6) lived through this horror. ) can take the next thing that comes along.6 . . . 7ou must do the thing you think you cannot do. +leanor 1oose-elt

* -nd each man stand with his face in the light of his own drawn sword. ;eady to do what a hero can. +liza2eth Barrett Brownin# * )t does not take much strength to do things, but it re.uires great strength to decide on what to do. +l2ert $u22ar!

* #ar and away the best pri,e that life has to offer is the chance to work hard at work worth doing. Theo!ore 1oose-elt * -lthough men are accused of not knowing their own weakness, yet perhaps few know their own strength. )t is in men as in soils, where sometimes there is a vein of gold which the owner knows not of. Jonathan Swi0t * ) am not discouraged, because every wrong attempt discarded is another step forward. Thomas A. +!ison Spiritual 9nspiration $ Wholeness and spiritual strength ... Dreams * 7ou see things and say, *Why<6, but ) dream things and say, *Why not< 4eor#e Bernar! Shaw * 'eep your heart open to dreams. #or as long as there*s a dream, there is hope, and as long as there is hope, there is 0oy in living. Anonymous * When our memories outweigh our dreams we become old. Bill linton * We grow great by dreams. -ll big men are dreamers. They see things in the soft ha,e of a spring day or in the red fire of a long winter*s evening. 5ome of us let these great dreams die, but others nourish and protect them( nurse them through bad days till they bring them to the sunshine and light which comes always to those who sincerely hope that their dreams will come true. Woo!row Wilson * We should show life neither as it is or as it it ought to be, but only as we see it in our dreams. ount /eo Tolstoy

* They who dream by day are cogni,ant of many things which escape those who dream only by night. )n their grey visions they obtain glimpses of eternity. +!#ar Allan Poe

* ut ), being poor, have only my dreams( ) have spread my dreams under your feet, Tread softly because you tread on n dreams. William Butler :eats * Toil, feel, think, hope( you will be sure to dream enough before you die, without arranging for it. John Sterlin# * &reams are renewable. No matter what our age or condition, there are still untapped possibilities within us and new beauty waiting to be born. "r. "ale +. Turner * !y eyes are an ocean in which my dreams are reflected. Anna M. ;hlich

* 4o confidently in the direction of your dreams. :ive the life you*ve imagined. $enry "a-i! Thoreau * )n &reams egin ;esponsibilities. "elmore Schwartz * 8old fast to dreams for if dreams die, life is a broken$winged bird that cannot fly. /an#ston $u#hes * )t takes a lot of courage to show your dreams to someone else. +rma Bom2eck * The indispensable first step to getting the things you want out of life is this9 decide what you want Dreams * >ision without action is merely a dream. -ction without vision 0ust passes the time. >ision with action can change the world. Joel Barker * - man is not old until regrets take the place of dreams. John Barrymore * -ll men dream, but not e.ually. Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds wake in the day to find that it was vanity( but the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act their dream with open eyes, to make it possible. Thomas +!war! /awrence

* 7our dreams come true when you act to turn them into realities. Anonymous * )t may be that those who do most, dream most. Stephen Butler /eacock

* When your heart is in your dreams, no re.uest is too extreme. Jiminy ricket * /verything that is done in the world is done by hope. Martin /uther * The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams. +leanor 1oose-elt * )f one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours. $enry "a-i! Thoreau * 7ou eat, in dreams, the custard of the day. Alexan!ar Pope * &reams have but one owner at a time. That is why dreamers are lonely. +rma Bom2eck

* +herish your visions and you dreams, as they are the children of your soul( the blueprints of your ultimate achievements. *apoleon $ill * &eep into that darkness peering, long ) stood there, wondering, fearing, doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream before. +!#ar Allan Poe * We do not really feel grateful toward those who make our dreams come true( they ruin our dreams. +ric $o00er

* ) had a dream my life would be different from this hell ) am living, so different from what it seemed. Now life has killed the dream ) dreamed. 8ictor $u#o * 8ow many of our daydreams would darken into nightmares, were there a danger of their coming true% /o#an Pearsall Smith Dreams * !an, alone, has the power to transform his thoughts into physical reality( man, alone, can dream and make his dreams come true. *apoleon $ill * 4reat hopes make great men. Thomas Fuller * The future belongs to those who believe in their dreams. +leanor 1oose-elt * !ake no little plans, they have no magic to stir men*s blood and will not be reali,ed. !ake big plans( aim high in hope and work, remembering that a noble and logical plan never dies, but long after we are gone will be a living thing. /ita Bane * ) don*t dream at night, ) dream all day( ) dream for a living. Ste-en Spiel2er#

* The ninety and nine are with dreams, content but the hope of the world made new, is the hundredth man who is grimly bent on making those dreams come true. +!#ar Allan Poe * -h, but a man"s reach should exceed his grasp, Or what"s a heaven for< 1o2ert Brownin# * #ollow your heart and your dreams will come true. Anonymous * The key to happiness is having dreams. The key to success is making your dreams come true. Anonymous

* &reaming men are haunted men. Stephen 8incent Binet

* No dream comes true until you wake up and go to work. Anonymous * We must never surrended. -merica will get better and better. 'eep hope alive. 'eep hope alive. Jesse Jackson * We were always dreaming of how it was going to be. 4eor#e /ucas * 7esterday is but a vision, and tomorrow is only a dream. ut today well lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness, and every tomorrow a dream of hope. Anonymous * &reaming permits each of and every one of us to be .uietly and safely insane every night of our lives. William "ement 'Top Ten' Favorite Inspirational Quotes
Favorite Inspirational Quote ! Whether you think you can or whether you think you can't, you're right. Henry Ford Favorite Inspirational Quote " You see things; and you say 'Why?' But I dream things that never were; and I say 'Why not?' George Bernard Shaw Favorite Inspirational Quote # Within each of us lies the ower of our consent to health and sickness, to riches and overty, to freedom and to slavery. It is we who control these, and not another. Richard Bach (Illusions) Favorite Inspirational Quote $ !ever look down on any"ody unless you're hel ing him u . Jesse Jackson Favorite Inspirational Quote % #o "e yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accom lishment. Ralph Waldo Emerson Favorite Inspirational Quote & $ "ird doesn't sing "ecause it has an answer, it sings "ecause it has a song.

aya !ngelou Favorite Inspirational Quote ' #here is no use trying, said $lice; one can't "elieve im ossi"le things. I dare say you haven't had much ractice, said the %ueen. When I was your age, I always did it for half an hour a day. Why, sometimes I've "elieved as many as si& im ossi"le things "efore "reakfast. "ewis #arroll Favorite Inspirational Quote ( #he reasona"le man ada ts himself to the world; the unreasona"le one ersists in trying to ada t the world to himself. #herefore all rogress de ends on the unreasona"le man. George Bernard Shaw Favorite Inspirational Quote ) #he 'ourney is the reward. #hinese $ro%er& Favorite Inspirational Quote !* (eo le are like stained)glass windows. #hey s arkle and shine when the sun is out, "ut when the darkness sets in, their true "eauty is revealed only if there is a light from within. Eli'a&e(h )u&ler Ross Favorite Funn+ Inspirational Quotes ! *ere is a test to find whether your mission on earth is finished+ If you're alive it isn't. Richard Bach (Illusions) Favorite Funn+ Inspirational Quotes " ,ven if you are on the right track, you will get run over if you 'ust sit there. Will Rogers Favorite Funn+ Inspirational Quotes # If you don't know how to die, don't worry; !ature will tell you what to do on the s ot, fully and ade-uately. .he will do this 'o" erfectly for you; don't "other your head a"out it. on(aigne Favorite Funn+ Inspirational Quotes $ /ive me a stock clerk with a goal and I'll give you a man who will make history. /ive me a man with no goals and I'll give you a stock clerk. J*#* $enney Favorite Funn+ Inspirational Quotes % 0y life has "een filled with terri"le misfortune; most of which never ha ened. on(aigne Favorite Funn+ Inspirational Quotes & #he shortest distance "etween two oints is under construction. +oelie !li(o Favorite Funn+ Inspirational Quotes ' #hink like a man of action, and act like a man of thought. Henri "* Bergson Favorite Funn+ Inspirational Quotes (

We don't sto laying "ecause we grow old; We grow old "ecause we sto laying. George Bernard Shaw Favorite Funn+ Inspirational Quotes ) 0ost eo le would rather die than think; in fact, they do so. Ber(rand Russell Favorite Funn+ Inspirational Quotes !* #he minute you settle for less than you deserve, you get even less than you settled for. aureen ,owd

Hope
6)t is only with the heart that one can see rightly( what is essential is invisible to the eye.6 < Antoine !e Saint Our children are our only hope for the future, but we are their only hope for their present and their future. Zi# Zi#lar #or ?ig*s*s tapes, +&*s, and videos click$here ;esolve says,6) will.6The man says,6) will climb this mountain.They told me it is too high, toofar,too steep,too rocky,and too difficult. ut it*s my mountain.) will climb it.7ou will soon see me waving from the top or dead on the side from trying.6 Jim 1ohn #or =im*s tapes, +&*s, and videos click$here When you put faith, hope and love together you can raise positive kids in a negative world. Zi# Zi#lar #or ?ig*s*s tapes, +&*s, and videos click$here We must risk going too far to discover 0ust how far we can go. Jim 1ohn #or =im*s tapes, +&*s, and videos click$here #ailure is an event, not a person.7esterday ended last night. Zi# Zi#lar #or ?ig*s*s tapes, +&*s, and videos click$here There are seldom.)f ever, any hopeless situations, but there are many people who lose hope in the face of some situations. Zi# Zi#lar #or ?ig*s*s tapes, +&*s, and videos click$here

There is no better oppurtunity to receive more than to be thankful for what you already have. Thanksgiving opens up the windows of the oppurtunity for ideas to flow yor way. Jim 1ohn #or =im*s tapes, +&*s, and videos click$here 7Ou cannot solve a problem until you acknowledge that you have one and accept responsibility for solving it. Zi# Zi#lar #or ?ig*s*s tapes, +&*s, and videos click$here )f you are not willing to risk the unusual,you will have to settle for the ordinary. Jim 1ohn #or =im*s tapes, +&*s, and videos click$here +haracter gets you out of bed( commitment moves you to action .#aith, hope, and discipline /nable you to follow through to completion. Zi# Zi#lar #or ?ig*s*s tapes, +&*s, and videos click$here -sking is beginig of receiving.!ake sure you don*t go to the ocean with a teaspoon.-t least take a bucket so the kids won*t laugh at you. Jim 1ohn #or =im*s tapes, +&*s, and videos click$here The door to a balanced success opens widest on the hinges of hope and encouragement. Zi# Zi#lar

Quotes for Health


6)ll$health of body or of mind, is defeat. 8ealth alone is victory. :et all men, if they can manage it, contrive to be healthy%6 Thomas arlyle 68e who en0oys good health is rich, though he knows it not.6 9talian Pro-er2 6To get rich never your risk your health. #or it is the truth that health is the wealth of wealth.6 1ichar! Baker 6The ingredients of health and long life, are great temperance, open air, easy labor, and little care.6 Sir Philip Si!ney 6To insure good health9 /at lightly, breathe deeply, live moderately, cultivate cheerfulness, and maintain an interest in life.6 William /on!en

6- man*s health can be 0udged by which he takes two at a time $ pills or stairs.6 Joan Welsh 6The sovereign invigorator of the body is exercise, and of all the exercises walking is the best.6 Thomas Je00erson 6The human body has been designed to resist an infinite number of changes and attacks brought about by its environment. The secret of good health lies in successful ad0ustment to changing stresses on the body.6 $arry J. Johnson 6) thought9 )f ) was lucky enough to live, )*d change, myself$) reali,ed ) could have a new life$new energy, new endurance, and feel better about myself.6 /arry Kin# =After his 1987 heart attack> 6- man too busy to take care of his health is like a mechanic too busy to take care of his tools.6 Spanish Pro-er2 6 efore thirty, men seek disease( after thirty, disease seeks men.6 hinese Pro-er2 68e who has health, has hope( and he who has hope, has everything.6 Ara2ian Pro-er2 6Thalidomide is not the first nor the last drug to have brought heartbreak where it was meant to bring help. There have been .uite a number of other tragedies since Thalidomide went wrong @A years ago.6 An e!itorial in The +conomist5 /on!on5 January ?5 &@A) 6The superior doctor prevents sickness( The mediocre doctor attends to impending sickness( The inferior doctor treats actual sickness.6 hinese Pro-er2 6- healthy family is sacred territory.6 Anonymous 68ealth is merely the slowest possible rate at which one can die.6 Anonymous 6)f you like the post office, you are going to :O>/ national health care.6 Anonymous 6We s.uander health )n search of wealth(

We scheme and toil, and save, Then s.uander wealth )n search of health( -nd all we get"s the grave( We live and boast of what we own( We die . . . and only get a stone.6 Anonymous 6To array a man*s will against his sickness is the supreme art of medicine.6 $enry War! Beecher 68ealth is the greatest of all possessions( a pale cobbler is better than a sick king.6 9saac Bickersta00 6The secret of health for both mind and body is not to mourn for the past, not to worry about the future, or not to anticipate troubles, but to live the present moment wisely and earnestly.6 Si!!artha 4uatama Bu!!ha 6!en worry over the great number of diseases, while doctors worry over the scarcity of effective remedies.6 Pien hBiao 6)t is with disease of the mind, as with those of the body( we are half dead before we understand our disorder, and half cured when we do.6 ler#y ale2 otton 6The health of the people is really the foundation upon which all their happiness and all their powers as a state depend.6 BenCamin "israeli 6Where does one go from a world of insanity< 5omewhere on the other side of despair.6T. S. +lliot 64et 8ealth. No labor, effort nor exercise that can gain it must be grudged.6 1alph Wal!o +merson 63revention is better than cure.6 "esi!erius +rasmus 68e*s the best physician that knows the worthlessness of the most medicines.6 BenCamin Franklin 68e who cures a disease may be the skillfullest, but he that prevents it is the safest physician.6 Thomas Fuller

6Take care of your body with steadfast fidelity. The soul must see through these eyes alone, and if they are dim, the whole world is clouded.6 Johann Wol0#an# -on 4oethe 68is best companions, innocence and health( -nd his best riches, ignorance of wealth.6 7li-er 4ol!smith 6 arn$yard medicine has not given us any vaccination procedure that really protects against illness, but many that endanger the body, that even bring death.6 "r. me! 4uttman 6- bodily disease which we look upon as whole and entire within itself, may, after all, be but a symptom of some ailment in the spiritual part.6 *athaniel $awthorne 6- wise man should consider that health is the greatest of human blessings, and learn how by his own thought to derive benefit from his illnesses.6 $ippocrates 6-s long as men are liable to die and are desirous to live, a physician will be made fun of, but he will be well paid.6 John !e /a BruyDre 6Nine$tenths of our sickness can be prevented by right thinking plus right hygiene B nine$tenths of it% 6 $enry Miller 6>ariability is the law of life, and as no two faces are the same, so no two bodies are alike, and no two individuals react alike and behave alike under the abnormal conditions which we know as disease.6 William 7sler 6-ttention to health is life greatest hindrance.6 Plato 6Neurotic behavior is .uite predictable. 8ealthy behavior is unpredictable.6 arl 1ansom 1o#ers 6Take care of your body. )t*s the only place you have to live.6 Jim 1ohn #or =im*s tapes, +&*s, and videos click$here 68appiness< That*s nothing more than good health and a poor memory.6 "r. Al2ert Schweitzer

6 y medicine life may be prolonged, yet death will sei,e the doctor too.6 William Shakespeare 65ome remedies are worse than the disease.6 Pu2lilius Syrus 6The only way to keep your health is to eat what you don*t want, drink what you don*t like and do what you*d druther not.6 Mark Twain 6We are healthy only to the extent that our ideas are humane.6 Kurt 8onne#ut5 Jr. 63eople who laugh actually live longer than those who don*t laugh. #ew persons reali,e that health actually varies according to the amount of laughter.6 James J. Walsh

Quotes for Leadership


6Our policy is simple9 We are not going to betray our friends, reward the enemies of freedom, or permit fear and retreat to become -merican policies, especially in this hemisphere. None of the wars in my lifetime came about because we were too strong.6 <<1onal! 1ea#an 6- good ob0ective of leadership is to help those who are doing poorly to do well and to help those who are doing well to do even better.6 Jim 1ohn #or =im*s tapes, +&*s, and videos click$here C7ou will never be a leader unless you first learn to follow and be led.D <Tiorio 9nte#rity is the most -alua2le an! respecte! Euality o0 lea!ership.Always keep your wor!. Jim 1ohn For JimBs tapes5 "Bs5 an! -i!eos click3here FThe 2oss !ri-es peopleG the lea!er coaches them. The 2oss !epen!s on authorityG the lea!er on #oo! will. The 2oss inspires 0earG the lea!er inspires enthusiasm. The 2oss says F9FG The lea!er says FW+F. The 2oss 0ixes the 2lame 0or the 2reak!ownG the lea!er 0ixes the 2reak!own. The 2oss says5 F47FG the lea!er says F/+TBS 47HF $. 4or!on Sel0ri!#e

F/ea!ers arenBt 2orn5 they are ma!e. An! they are ma!e Cust like anythin# else5 throu#h har! work. An! thatBs the price weBll ha-e to pay to achie-e that #oal5 or any #oal.F 8ince /om2ar!i For -i!eo click3here F9 am personally con-ince! that one person can 2e a chan#e catalyst5 a Ftrans0ormerF in any situation5 any or#anization. Such an in!i-i!ual is yeast that can lea-en an entire loa0. 9t reEuires -ision5 initiati-e5 patience5 respect5 persistence5 coura#e5 an! 0aith to 2e a trans0ormin# lea!er.F Stephen 1. o-ey For tapes an! -i!eos click3here FA 2oss creates 0ear5 a lea!er con0i!ence. A 2oss 0ixes 2lame5 a lea!er corrects mistakes. A 2oss knows all5 a lea!er asks Euestions. A 2oss makes work !ru!#ery5 a lea!er makes it interestin#. A 2oss is intereste! in himsel0 or hersel05 a lea!er is intereste! in the #roup.F 1ussell $. +win# F7ne o0 the true tests o0 lea!ership is the a2ility to reco#nize a pro2lem 2e0ore it 2ecomes an emer#ency.F Arnol! 4lasow FPeople ask the !i00erence 2etween a lea!er an! a 2oss. The lea!er works in the open5 an! the 2oss in co-ert. The lea!er lea!s5 an! the 2oss !ri-es.F Theo!ore 1oose-elt5 FA lea!er is 2est When people 2arely know he exists5 When his work is !one5 his aim 0ul0ille!5 They will say% We !i! it oursel-es.F /ao3Tzu FA lea!er takes people where they want to #o. A #reat lea!er takes people where they !onBt necessarily want to #o5 2ut ou#ht to 2e.F 1osalynn arter F"o not 0ollow where the path may lea!. 4o instea! where there is no path an! lea-e a trail.F Muriel Stro!e FThe challen#e o0 lea!ership is to 2e stron#5 2ut not ru!eG 2e kin!5 2ut not weakG 2e 2ol!5 2ut not 2ullyG 2e thou#ht0ul5 2ut not lazyG 2e hum2le5 2ut not timi!G 2e prou!5 2ut not arro#antG ha-e humor5 2ut without 0olly.F Jim 1ohn For JimBs tapes5 "Bs5 an! -i!eos click3here FThe 2est executi-e is the one who has sense enou#h to pick #oo! men to !o what he wants !one5 an! sel03restraint enou#h to keep 0rom me!!lin# with them while they !o it.F Theo!ore 1oose-elt FA man who wants to lea! the orchestra must turn his 2ack on the crow!.F James rook /ea!ership is the a2ility to #et extraor!inary achie-ement 0rom or!inary people. Brian Tracy

For BrianBs "Bs5 -i!eos5 I tapes click3here F/ea!ership is #ettin# someone to !o what they !onBt want to !o5 to achie-e what they want to achie-e.F Toma /an!ry F/ea!ership is the art o0 #ettin# someone else to !o somethin# you want !one 2ecause he wants to !o it.F "wi#ht ". +isenhower F7utstan!in# lea!ers #o out o0 their way to 2oost the sel03esteem o0 their personnel. 90 people 2elie-e in themsel-es5 itBs amazin# what they can accomplish.F Sam Walton FA true lea!er has the con0i!ence to stan! alone5 the coura#e to make tou#h !ecisions5 an! the compassion to listen to the nee!s o0 others. $e !oes not set out to 2e a lea!er5 2ut 2ecomes one 2y the eEuality o0 his actions an! the inte#rity o0 his intent.F "ou#las Mc arther F:ou mana#e thin#sG you lea! people.F 1ear A!miral 4race Murray $opper F90 9 a!-ance5 0ollow meH 90 9 retreat5 kill meH 90 9 !ie5 a-en#e meHF Francois "e /a 1oche0oucaul! F9 ha-e three precious thin#s which 9 hol! 0ast an! prize. The 0irst is #entlenessG the secon! is 0ru#alityG the thir! is humility5 which keeps me 0rom puttin# mysel0 2e0ore others. Be #entle an! you can 2e 2ol!G 2e 0ru#al an! you can 2e li2eralG a-oi! puttin# yoursel0 2e0ore others an! you can 2ecome a lea!er amon# men.F /ao3Tzu F9t is -ery com0ortin# to 2elie-e that lea!ers who !o terri2le thin#s are5 in 0act5 ma!. That way5 all we ha-e to !o is make sure we !onBt put psychotics in hi#h places an! weB-e #ot the pro2lem sol-e!.F Thomas Wol0e FAn army o0 !eer woul! 2e more 0ormi!a2le comman!e! 2y a lion5 than an army o0 lions comman!e! 2y a sta#.F 8ikin# Pro-er2 F9tBs not always easy to !o the ri#ht thin#. But5 !oin# the ri#ht thin# makes you stron#5 it 2uil!s character5 it 0orces you to make !ecisions 2ase! upon your 2elie0s an! not what other people think. 9n li0e5 an! in 2usiness5 you ha-e to stan! 0or what you 2elie-e in an! sometimes you ha-e to stan! alone. But5 what makes you a lea!er is ha-in# the coura#e o0 your con-ictions.F6ueen /ati0ah F+ntrepreneurs are the 0or#otten heroes o0 America.F 1onal! 1ea#an F+a#les !onBt 0lock 3 you ha-e to 0in! them one at a time.F $. 1oss Perot FMy responsi2ility5 our responsi2ility as lucky Americans5 is to try to #i-e 2ack to this country as much as it has #i-en us5 as we continue our American Courney

to#ether.F olin Powell F*ot the cry5 2ut the 0li#ht o0 the wil! !uck5 lea!s the 0lock to 0ly an! 0ollow.F hinese Pro-er2 FThe marksman hitteth the tar#et partly 2y pullin#5 partly 2y lettin# #o. The 2oatsman reache! the lan!in# partly 2y pullin#5 partly 2y lettin# #o.F +#yptian Pro-er2 FThe man whose authority is recent is always stern.F Aeschylus Become the kin! o0 lea!er that people woul! 0ollow -oluntarilyGe-en i0 you ha! no title or position. Brian Tracy For BrianBs "Bs5 -i!eos5 I tapes click3here FThe lea!ership instinct you are 2orn with is the 2ack2one. :ou !e-elop the 0unny 2one an! the wish2one that #o with it.F +laine A#ather F/ea!ership shoul! 2e 2orn out o0 the un!erstan!in# o0 the nee!s o0 those who woul! 2e a00ecte! 2y it.F Marian An!erson FAske! what his secret was 0or lastin# so lon# an! 2ein# so success0ul as the presi!ent o0 :ale ;ni-ersity5 "r. James 1. An#ell explaine!% F4row antennae5 not horns.F "r. James 1owlan! An#ell FA most important key to success0ul lea!ership is your a2ility to !irect an! challen#e the -ery 2est that is in those whom you lea!.F Anonymous FSuccess 0or lea!ership is . . . knowin# the #reat art o0 !irectin# others without their noticin# it.F Anonymous F$e who has ne-er learne! to o2ey cannot 2e a #oo! comman!er.F Aristotle F1emem2er that to chan#e your min! an! 0ollow him who sets you ri#ht is to 2e none the less 0ree than you were 2e0ore.F Marcus Aurelius Antoninus F9tJs #reat to work with some2o!y who wants to !o thin#s !i00erently.F

Keith Bellow F/ea!ership is the capacity to translate -ision into reality.F Warren 4. Bennis F . . . power is the 2asic ener#y nee!e! to initiate an! sustain action or5 to put it another way5 the capacity to translate intention into reality an! sustain it. /ea!ership is the wise use o0 this power% Trans0ormati-e lea!ership.F Warren 4. Bennis FThe most !an#erous lea!ership myth is that lea!ers are 2orn3that there is a #enetic 0actor to lea!ership. This myth asserts that people simply either ha-e certain charismatic Eualities or not. ThatBs nonsenseG in 0act5 the opposite is true. /ea!ers are ma!e rather than 2orn.F Warren 4. Bennis FThe key to success0ul lea!ership to!ay is in0luence5 not authority.F Kenneth Blanchar! F*o man will make a #reat lea!er who wants to !o it all himsel05 or to #et all the cre!it 0or !oin# it.F An!rew arne#ie F9n han!lin# men5 there are three 0eelin#s that a man must not possess K 0ear5 !islike an! contempt. 90 he is a0rai! o0 men he cannot han!le them. *either can he in0luence them in his 0a-or i0 he !islikes or scorns them. $e must neither crin#e nor sneer. $e must ha-e 2oth sel03respect an! respect 0or others.F $er2ert *. asson FThere are three essentials to lea!ership% humility5 clarity an! coura#e.F han Master Fuchan :uan F9 am certainly not one o0 those who nee! to 2e pro!!e!. 9n 0act5 i0 anythin#5 9 am the pro!.F Sir Winston /eonar! Spencer hurchill FThe nation will 0in! it -ery har! to look up to the lea!ers who are keepin# their ears to the #roun!.F Sir Winston /eonar! Spencer hurchill FThere is no worse mistake in pu2lic lea!ership than to hol! out 0alse hope soon to 2e swept away.F Sir Winston /eonar! Spencer hurchill F/ea!ership is not ma#netic personality K that can Cust as well 2e a #li2 ton#ue. 9t is not Fmakin# 0rien!s an! in0luencin# peopleF 33 that is 0lattery. /ea!ership is

li0tin# a personBs -ision to hi#h si#hts5 the raisin# o0 a personBs per0ormance to a hi#her stan!ar!5 the 2uil!in# o0 a personality 2eyon! its normal limitations.F Peter F. "rucker FThe 0irst responsi2ility o0 a lea!er is to !e0ine reality. The last is to say thank you. 9n 2etween5 the lea!er is a ser-ant.F Max "uPree F/ea!ership is the art o0 #ettin# someone else to !o somethin# you want !one 2ecause he wants to !o it.F 4eneral "wi#ht "a-i! +isenhower F:ou !o not lea! 2y hittin# people o-er the hea! K thatBs assault5 not lea!ership.F 4eneral "a-i! "wi#ht +isenhower FBi# Co2s usually #o to the men who pro-e their a2ility to out#row small ones.F 1alph Wal!o +merson F"o not #o where the path may lea!5 #o instea! where there is no path an! lea-e a trail.F 1alph Wal!o +merson FTrust men an! they will 2e true to youG treat them #reatly5 an! they will show themsel-es #reat.F 1alph Wal!o +merson FThe common characteristics o0 people make a community possi2le5 2ut it is their uncommon Eualities that make it 2etter.F John $. Fischer F/ea!ership cannot really 2e tau#ht. 9t can only 2e learne!.F $arol! S. 4reen FThe human min! is as !ri-en to un!erstan! as the 2o!y is !ri-en to sur-i-e.F $u#h 4ilmore FA salesman5 like the stora#e 2attery in your car5 is constantly !ischar#in# ener#y. ;nless he is rechar#e! at 0reEuent inter-als he soon runs !ry. This is one o0 the #reatest responsi2ilities o0 sales lea!ership.F 1. $. 4rant FWhat is a committeeL A #roup o0 the unwillin#5 picke! 0rom the un0it5 to !o the unnecessary.F 1ichar! $arkness FThe -ery essence o0 lea!ership is that you ha-e to ha-e a -ision. 9tBs #ot to 2e a

-ision you articulate clearly an! 0orce0ully on e-ery occasion. :ou canBt 2low an uncertain trumpet.F 1e-eren! Theo!ore M. $es2ur#h FThe lea!er has to 2e practical an! a realist5 yet must talk the lan#ua#e o0 the -isionary an! the i!ealist.F +ric $o00er F1espect a man5 he will !o the more.F James $owell /ea!ers think an! talk a2out the solutions.Followers think an! talk a2out the pro2lems. Brian Tracy For BrianBs "Bs5 -i!eos5 I tapes click3here F/ea!ership has a har!er Co2 to !o than Cust choose si!es. 9t must 2rin# si!es to#ether.F Jesse Jackson FThe only real trainin# 0or lea!ership is lea!ership.F Anthony Jay F*o two men can 2e hal0 an hour to#ether5 2ut one shall acEuire an e-i!ent superiority o-er the other.F "r. Samuel Johnson F:ou can sen! a messa#e aroun! the worl! in one30i0th o0 a secon!5 yet it may take years 0or it to #et 0rom the outsi!e o0 a manBs hea! to the insi!e.F harles Franklin Ketterin# F/i0t5 /ea! an! /o-e.FSpencer W. Kim2all F A lea!er is 2est When people 2arely know he exists. *ot so #oo! When people o2ey an! acclaim him. Worse when they !espise him. But o0 a #oo! lea!er Who talks little When his work is !one5 $is aim 0ul0ille!5 They will say FWe !i! it oursel-es.F /ao Tse F1ule a kin#!om as thou#h you were cookin# a small 0ish K !onBt o-er!o it.F /ao Tse

FThere are no !um2 EuestionsKonly !um2 answers.F Marshall /oe2 FA man who wants to lea! the orchestra must turn his 2ack on the crow!.F Max /uca!o FTo comman! is to ser-e5 nothin# more an! nothin# less.F An!re Malraux F/ea!ership is in0luence.F John . Maxwell F/ea!ership is an action5 not a position.F "onal! $. Mc4annon FA lea!er is a !ealer in hope.F *apolean 9 F on0i!ence is conta#ious. So is lack o0 con0i!ence.F Michael 7BBrien FThe spirite! horse5 which will try to win the race o0 its own accor!5 will run e-er 0aster i0 encoura#e!.F Pu2lius 7-i!ius *aso 7-i! F*e-er tell people how to !o thin#s. Tell them what to !o an! they will surprise you with their in#enuity.F 4eneral 4eor#e Smith Patton5 Jr. F7ne measure o0 lea!ership is the cali2er o0 people who choose to 0ollow you.F "ennis A. Peer F*o man is 0it to comman! another that cannot comman! himsel0.F William Penn 1espect is the key !eterminant o0 hi#h per0ormance lea!ership.$ow much people respect you !etermines how well they per0orm. Brian Tracy For BrianBs "Bs5 -i!eos5 I tapes click3here FThe same am2ition can !estroy or sa-e5 An! makes a patriot as it makes a kna-e.F Alexan!er Pope F/ea!ership is the a2ility o0 a sin#le in!i-i!ual throu#h his or her actions to

moti-ate others to hi#her le-els o0 achie-ement.F F. 4. MBuckN 1o!#ers F/ea!ership is the challen#e to 2e somethin# more than a-era#e. F Jim 1ohn For JimBs tapes5 "Bs5 an! -i!eos click3here FPeople ask the !i00erence 2etween a lea!er an! a 2oss. The lea!er lea!s5 an! the 2oss !ri-es.F Theo!ore 1oose-elt FThe 2est executi-e is the one who has sense enou#h to pick #oo! men to !o what he wants !one5 an! sel03restraint enou#h to keep 0rom me!!lin# with them while they !o it.F Theo!ore 1oose-elt F/ea!ership is a potent com2ination o0 strate#y an! character. But i0 you must 2e without one5 2e without the strate#y.F 4eneral $. *orman Schwarzkop0 FTo lea! in the (&st century3to take sol!iers5 sailors5 an! airmen into 2attle5 you will 2e reEuire! to ha-e 2oth character an! competence.F 4eneral $. *orman Schwarzkop0 F$e who rea!s is ne-er alone.F $el!er Simone F/earn to o2ey 2e0ore you comman!.F Solon F9 am more a0rai! o0 an army o0 &OO sheep le! 2y a lion than an army o0 &OO lions le! 2y a sheep.F harles Maurice !e Talleyran!33PDri#or! F ertainly a lea!er nee!s a clear -ision o0 the or#anization an! where it is #oin#5 2ut a -ision is o0 little -alue unless it is share! in a way so as to #enerate enthusiasm an! commitment. /ea!ership an! communication are insepara2le.F lau!e 9. Taylor F onsensus is the ne#ation o0 lea!ership.F Mar#aret Thatcher F9t is much sa0er to o2ey5 than to #o-ern.F Thomas P Kempis FA Presi!ent either is constantly on top o0 e-ents or5 i0 he hesitates5 e-ents will soon

2e on top o0 him. 9 ne-er 0elt that 9 coul! let up 0or a sin#le moment.F $arry S. Truman FMen make history5 an! not the other way aroun!. 9n perio!s where there is no lea!ership5 society stan!s still. Pro#ress occurs when coura#eous5 skill0ul lea!ers seize the opportunity to chan#e thin#s 0or the 2etter.F $arry S. Truman F+!ucation is the mother o0 lea!ership.F Wen!ell /ewis Wilkie The three F BsFo0 lea!ership are onsi!eration5 arin#5an! ourtesy.Be polite to e-eryone. Brian Tracy For BrianBs "Bs5 -i!eos5 I tapes click3here F+-ery man who takes o00ice . . . either #rows or swells5 an! when 9 #i-e a man an o00ice5 9 watch him care0ully to see whether he is swellin# or #rowin#.F Thomas Woo!row Wilson

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6Our policy is simple9 We are not going to betray our friends, reward the enemies of freedom, or permit fear and retreat to become -merican policies, especially in this hemisphere. None of the wars in my lifetime came about because we were too strong.6 <<1onal! 1ea#an 6- good ob0ective of leadership is to help those who are doing poorly to do well and to help those who are doing well to do even better.6 Jim 1ohn #or =im*s tapes, +&*s, and videos click$here C7ou will never be a leader unless you first learn to follow and be led.D <Tiorio 9nte#rity is the most -alua2le an! respecte! Euality o0 lea!ership.Always keep your wor!. Jim 1ohn For JimBs tapes5 "Bs5 an! -i!eos click3here FThe 2oss !ri-es peopleG the lea!er coaches them. The 2oss !epen!s on authorityG the lea!er on #oo! will. The 2oss inspires 0earG the lea!er inspires enthusiasm. The 2oss says F9FG The lea!er says FW+F. The 2oss 0ixes the 2lame 0or the 2reak!ownG

the lea!er 0ixes the 2reak!own. The 2oss says5 F47FG the lea!er says F/+TBS 47HF $. 4or!on Sel0ri!#e F/ea!ers arenBt 2orn5 they are ma!e. An! they are ma!e Cust like anythin# else5 throu#h har! work. An! thatBs the price weBll ha-e to pay to achie-e that #oal5 or any #oal.F 8ince /om2ar!i For -i!eo click3here F9 am personally con-ince! that one person can 2e a chan#e catalyst5 a Ftrans0ormerF in any situation5 any or#anization. Such an in!i-i!ual is yeast that can lea-en an entire loa0. 9t reEuires -ision5 initiati-e5 patience5 respect5 persistence5 coura#e5 an! 0aith to 2e a trans0ormin# lea!er.F Stephen 1. o-ey For tapes an! -i!eos click3here FA 2oss creates 0ear5 a lea!er con0i!ence. A 2oss 0ixes 2lame5 a lea!er corrects mistakes. A 2oss knows all5 a lea!er asks Euestions. A 2oss makes work !ru!#ery5 a lea!er makes it interestin#. A 2oss is intereste! in himsel0 or hersel05 a lea!er is intereste! in the #roup.F 1ussell $. +win# F7ne o0 the true tests o0 lea!ership is the a2ility to reco#nize a pro2lem 2e0ore it 2ecomes an emer#ency.F Arnol! 4lasow FPeople ask the !i00erence 2etween a lea!er an! a 2oss. The lea!er works in the open5 an! the 2oss in co-ert. The lea!er lea!s5 an! the 2oss !ri-es.F Theo!ore 1oose-elt5 FA lea!er is 2est When people 2arely know he exists5 When his work is !one5 his aim 0ul0ille!5 They will say% We !i! it oursel-es.F /ao3Tzu FA lea!er takes people where they want to #o. A #reat lea!er takes people where they !onBt necessarily want to #o5 2ut ou#ht to 2e.F 1osalynn arter F"o not 0ollow where the path may lea!. 4o instea! where there is no path an! lea-e a trail.F Muriel Stro!e FThe challen#e o0 lea!ership is to 2e stron#5 2ut not ru!eG 2e kin!5 2ut not weakG 2e 2ol!5 2ut not 2ullyG 2e thou#ht0ul5 2ut not lazyG 2e hum2le5 2ut not timi!G 2e prou!5 2ut not arro#antG ha-e humor5 2ut without 0olly.F Jim 1ohn For JimBs tapes5 "Bs5 an! -i!eos click3here FThe 2est executi-e is the one who has sense enou#h to pick #oo! men to !o what he wants !one5 an! sel03restraint enou#h to keep 0rom me!!lin# with them while they !o it.F Theo!ore 1oose-elt FA man who wants to lea! the orchestra must turn his 2ack on the crow!.F James

rook /ea!ership is the a2ility to #et extraor!inary achie-ement 0rom or!inary people. Brian Tracy For BrianBs "Bs5 -i!eos5 I tapes click3here F/ea!ership is #ettin# someone to !o what they !onBt want to !o5 to achie-e what they want to achie-e.F Toma /an!ry F/ea!ership is the art o0 #ettin# someone else to !o somethin# you want !one 2ecause he wants to !o it.F "wi#ht ". +isenhower F7utstan!in# lea!ers #o out o0 their way to 2oost the sel03esteem o0 their personnel. 90 people 2elie-e in themsel-es5 itBs amazin# what they can accomplish.F Sam Walton FA true lea!er has the con0i!ence to stan! alone5 the coura#e to make tou#h !ecisions5 an! the compassion to listen to the nee!s o0 others. $e !oes not set out to 2e a lea!er5 2ut 2ecomes one 2y the eEuality o0 his actions an! the inte#rity o0 his intent.F "ou#las Mc arther F:ou mana#e thin#sG you lea! people.F 1ear A!miral 4race Murray $opper F90 9 a!-ance5 0ollow meH 90 9 retreat5 kill meH 90 9 !ie5 a-en#e meHF Francois "e /a 1oche0oucaul! F9 ha-e three precious thin#s which 9 hol! 0ast an! prize. The 0irst is #entlenessG the secon! is 0ru#alityG the thir! is humility5 which keeps me 0rom puttin# mysel0 2e0ore others. Be #entle an! you can 2e 2ol!G 2e 0ru#al an! you can 2e li2eralG a-oi! puttin# yoursel0 2e0ore others an! you can 2ecome a lea!er amon# men.F /ao3Tzu F9t is -ery com0ortin# to 2elie-e that lea!ers who !o terri2le thin#s are5 in 0act5 ma!. That way5 all we ha-e to !o is make sure we !onBt put psychotics in hi#h places an! weB-e #ot the pro2lem sol-e!.F Thomas Wol0e FAn army o0 !eer woul! 2e more 0ormi!a2le comman!e! 2y a lion5 than an army o0 lions comman!e! 2y a sta#.F 8ikin# Pro-er2 F9tBs not always easy to !o the ri#ht thin#. But5 !oin# the ri#ht thin# makes you stron#5 it 2uil!s character5 it 0orces you to make !ecisions 2ase! upon your 2elie0s an! not what other people think. 9n li0e5 an! in 2usiness5 you ha-e to stan! 0or what you 2elie-e in an! sometimes you ha-e to stan! alone. But5 what makes you a lea!er is ha-in# the coura#e o0 your con-ictions.F6ueen /ati0ah F+ntrepreneurs are the 0or#otten heroes o0 America.F 1onal! 1ea#an F+a#les !onBt 0lock 3 you ha-e to 0in! them one at a time.F $. 1oss Perot

FMy responsi2ility5 our responsi2ility as lucky Americans5 is to try to #i-e 2ack to this country as much as it has #i-en us5 as we continue our American Courney to#ether.F olin Powell F*ot the cry5 2ut the 0li#ht o0 the wil! !uck5 lea!s the 0lock to 0ly an! 0ollow.F hinese Pro-er2 FThe marksman hitteth the tar#et partly 2y pullin#5 partly 2y lettin# #o. The 2oatsman reache! the lan!in# partly 2y pullin#5 partly 2y lettin# #o.F +#yptian Pro-er2 FThe man whose authority is recent is always stern.F Aeschylus Become the kin! o0 lea!er that people woul! 0ollow -oluntarilyGe-en i0 you ha! no title or position. Brian Tracy For BrianBs "Bs5 -i!eos5 I tapes click3here FThe lea!ership instinct you are 2orn with is the 2ack2one. :ou !e-elop the 0unny 2one an! the wish2one that #o with it.F +laine A#ather F/ea!ership shoul! 2e 2orn out o0 the un!erstan!in# o0 the nee!s o0 those who woul! 2e a00ecte! 2y it.F Marian An!erson FAske! what his secret was 0or lastin# so lon# an! 2ein# so success0ul as the presi!ent o0 :ale ;ni-ersity5 "r. James 1. An#ell explaine!% F4row antennae5 not horns.F "r. James 1owlan! An#ell FA most important key to success0ul lea!ership is your a2ility to !irect an! challen#e the -ery 2est that is in those whom you lea!.F Anonymous FSuccess 0or lea!ership is . . . knowin# the #reat art o0 !irectin# others without their noticin# it.F Anonymous F$e who has ne-er learne! to o2ey cannot 2e a #oo! comman!er.F Aristotle F1emem2er that to chan#e your min! an! 0ollow him who sets you ri#ht is to 2e none the less 0ree than you were 2e0ore.F

Marcus Aurelius Antoninus F9tJs #reat to work with some2o!y who wants to !o thin#s !i00erently.F Keith Bellow F/ea!ership is the capacity to translate -ision into reality.F Warren 4. Bennis F . . . power is the 2asic ener#y nee!e! to initiate an! sustain action or5 to put it another way5 the capacity to translate intention into reality an! sustain it. /ea!ership is the wise use o0 this power% Trans0ormati-e lea!ership.F Warren 4. Bennis FThe most !an#erous lea!ership myth is that lea!ers are 2orn3that there is a #enetic 0actor to lea!ership. This myth asserts that people simply either ha-e certain charismatic Eualities or not. ThatBs nonsenseG in 0act5 the opposite is true. /ea!ers are ma!e rather than 2orn.F Warren 4. Bennis FThe key to success0ul lea!ership to!ay is in0luence5 not authority.F Kenneth Blanchar! F*o man will make a #reat lea!er who wants to !o it all himsel05 or to #et all the cre!it 0or !oin# it.F An!rew arne#ie F9n han!lin# men5 there are three 0eelin#s that a man must not possess K 0ear5 !islike an! contempt. 90 he is a0rai! o0 men he cannot han!le them. *either can he in0luence them in his 0a-or i0 he !islikes or scorns them. $e must neither crin#e nor sneer. $e must ha-e 2oth sel03respect an! respect 0or others.F $er2ert *. asson FThere are three essentials to lea!ership% humility5 clarity an! coura#e.F han Master Fuchan :uan F9 am certainly not one o0 those who nee! to 2e pro!!e!. 9n 0act5 i0 anythin#5 9 am the pro!.F Sir Winston /eonar! Spencer hurchill FThe nation will 0in! it -ery har! to look up to the lea!ers who are keepin# their ears to the #roun!.F Sir Winston /eonar! Spencer hurchill FThere is no worse mistake in pu2lic lea!ership than to hol! out 0alse hope soon to 2e swept away.F Sir Winston /eonar! Spencer hurchill

F/ea!ership is not ma#netic personality K that can Cust as well 2e a #li2 ton#ue. 9t is not Fmakin# 0rien!s an! in0luencin# peopleF 33 that is 0lattery. /ea!ership is li0tin# a personBs -ision to hi#h si#hts5 the raisin# o0 a personBs per0ormance to a hi#her stan!ar!5 the 2uil!in# o0 a personality 2eyon! its normal limitations.F Peter F. "rucker FThe 0irst responsi2ility o0 a lea!er is to !e0ine reality. The last is to say thank you. 9n 2etween5 the lea!er is a ser-ant.F Max "uPree F/ea!ership is the art o0 #ettin# someone else to !o somethin# you want !one 2ecause he wants to !o it.F 4eneral "wi#ht "a-i! +isenhower F:ou !o not lea! 2y hittin# people o-er the hea! K thatBs assault5 not lea!ership.F 4eneral "a-i! "wi#ht +isenhower FBi# Co2s usually #o to the men who pro-e their a2ility to out#row small ones.F 1alph Wal!o +merson F"o not #o where the path may lea!5 #o instea! where there is no path an! lea-e a trail.F 1alph Wal!o +merson FTrust men an! they will 2e true to youG treat them #reatly5 an! they will show themsel-es #reat.F 1alph Wal!o +merson FThe common characteristics o0 people make a community possi2le5 2ut it is their uncommon Eualities that make it 2etter.F John $. Fischer F/ea!ership cannot really 2e tau#ht. 9t can only 2e learne!.F $arol! S. 4reen FThe human min! is as !ri-en to un!erstan! as the 2o!y is !ri-en to sur-i-e.F $u#h 4ilmore FA salesman5 like the stora#e 2attery in your car5 is constantly !ischar#in# ener#y. ;nless he is rechar#e! at 0reEuent inter-als he soon runs !ry. This is one o0 the #reatest responsi2ilities o0 sales lea!ership.F 1. $. 4rant FWhat is a committeeL A #roup o0 the unwillin#5 picke! 0rom the un0it5 to !o the unnecessary.F

1ichar! $arkness FThe -ery essence o0 lea!ership is that you ha-e to ha-e a -ision. 9tBs #ot to 2e a -ision you articulate clearly an! 0orce0ully on e-ery occasion. :ou canBt 2low an uncertain trumpet.F 1e-eren! Theo!ore M. $es2ur#h FThe lea!er has to 2e practical an! a realist5 yet must talk the lan#ua#e o0 the -isionary an! the i!ealist.F +ric $o00er F1espect a man5 he will !o the more.F James $owell /ea!ers think an! talk a2out the solutions.Followers think an! talk a2out the pro2lems. Brian Tracy For BrianBs "Bs5 -i!eos5 I tapes click3here F/ea!ership has a har!er Co2 to !o than Cust choose si!es. 9t must 2rin# si!es to#ether.F Jesse Jackson FThe only real trainin# 0or lea!ership is lea!ership.F Anthony Jay F*o two men can 2e hal0 an hour to#ether5 2ut one shall acEuire an e-i!ent superiority o-er the other.F "r. Samuel Johnson F:ou can sen! a messa#e aroun! the worl! in one30i0th o0 a secon!5 yet it may take years 0or it to #et 0rom the outsi!e o0 a manBs hea! to the insi!e.F harles Franklin Ketterin# F/i0t5 /ea! an! /o-e.FSpencer W. Kim2all F A lea!er is 2est When people 2arely know he exists. *ot so #oo! When people o2ey an! acclaim him. Worse when they !espise him. But o0 a #oo! lea!er Who talks little When his work is !one5 $is aim 0ul0ille!5 They will say FWe !i! it oursel-es.F /ao Tse

F1ule a kin#!om as thou#h you were cookin# a small 0ish K !onBt o-er!o it.F /ao Tse FThere are no !um2 EuestionsKonly !um2 answers.F Marshall /oe2 FA man who wants to lea! the orchestra must turn his 2ack on the crow!.F Max /uca!o FTo comman! is to ser-e5 nothin# more an! nothin# less.F An!re Malraux F/ea!ership is in0luence.F John . Maxwell F/ea!ership is an action5 not a position.F "onal! $. Mc4annon FA lea!er is a !ealer in hope.F *apolean 9 F on0i!ence is conta#ious. So is lack o0 con0i!ence.F Michael 7BBrien FThe spirite! horse5 which will try to win the race o0 its own accor!5 will run e-er 0aster i0 encoura#e!.F Pu2lius 7-i!ius *aso 7-i! F*e-er tell people how to !o thin#s. Tell them what to !o an! they will surprise you with their in#enuity.F 4eneral 4eor#e Smith Patton5 Jr. F7ne measure o0 lea!ership is the cali2er o0 people who choose to 0ollow you.F "ennis A. Peer F*o man is 0it to comman! another that cannot comman! himsel0.F William Penn 1espect is the key !eterminant o0 hi#h per0ormance lea!ership.$ow much people respect you !etermines how well they per0orm. Brian Tracy For BrianBs "Bs5 -i!eos5 I tapes click3here FThe same am2ition can !estroy or sa-e5 An! makes a patriot as it makes a kna-e.F

Alexan!er Pope F/ea!ership is the a2ility o0 a sin#le in!i-i!ual throu#h his or her actions to moti-ate others to hi#her le-els o0 achie-ement.F F. 4. MBuckN 1o!#ers F/ea!ership is the challen#e to 2e somethin# more than a-era#e. F Jim 1ohn For JimBs tapes5 "Bs5 an! -i!eos click3here FPeople ask the !i00erence 2etween a lea!er an! a 2oss. The lea!er lea!s5 an! the 2oss !ri-es.F Theo!ore 1oose-elt FThe 2est executi-e is the one who has sense enou#h to pick #oo! men to !o what he wants !one5 an! sel03restraint enou#h to keep 0rom me!!lin# with them while they !o it.F Theo!ore 1oose-elt F/ea!ership is a potent com2ination o0 strate#y an! character. But i0 you must 2e without one5 2e without the strate#y.F 4eneral $. *orman Schwarzkop0 FTo lea! in the (&st century3to take sol!iers5 sailors5 an! airmen into 2attle5 you will 2e reEuire! to ha-e 2oth character an! competence.F 4eneral $. *orman Schwarzkop0 F$e who rea!s is ne-er alone.F $el!er Simone F/earn to o2ey 2e0ore you comman!.F Solon F9 am more a0rai! o0 an army o0 &OO sheep le! 2y a lion than an army o0 &OO lions le! 2y a sheep.F harles Maurice !e Talleyran!33PDri#or! F ertainly a lea!er nee!s a clear -ision o0 the or#anization an! where it is #oin#5 2ut a -ision is o0 little -alue unless it is share! in a way so as to #enerate enthusiasm an! commitment. /ea!ership an! communication are insepara2le.F lau!e 9. Taylor F onsensus is the ne#ation o0 lea!ership.F Mar#aret Thatcher F9t is much sa0er to o2ey5 than to #o-ern.F

Thomas P Kempis FA Presi!ent either is constantly on top o0 e-ents or5 i0 he hesitates5 e-ents will soon 2e on top o0 him. 9 ne-er 0elt that 9 coul! let up 0or a sin#le moment.F $arry S. Truman FMen make history5 an! not the other way aroun!. 9n perio!s where there is no lea!ership5 society stan!s still. Pro#ress occurs when coura#eous5 skill0ul lea!ers seize the opportunity to chan#e thin#s 0or the 2etter.F $arry S. Truman F+!ucation is the mother o0 lea!ership.F Wen!ell /ewis Wilkie The three F BsFo0 lea!ership are onsi!eration5 arin#5an! ourtesy.Be polite to e-eryone. Brian Tracy For BrianBs "Bs5 -i!eos5 I tapes click3here F+-ery man who takes o00ice . . . either #rows or swells5 an! when 9 #i-e a man an o00ice5 9 watch him care0ully to see whether he is swellin# or #rowin#.F Thomas Woo!row Wilson

Quotes for Winning


CNever letting the competition define you. )nstead, you have to define yourself based on a point of view you care deeply about.D <Tom happel 68ave patience with all things, but chiefly have patience with yourself. &o not lose courage in considering your own imperfections but instantly set about remedying them E every day begin the task anew.6 < Saint Francis !e Sales 6) count him braver who overcomes his desires than him who con.uers his enemies( for the hardest victory is over self.6 Aristotle 6Winning is everything, to win is all there is. Only those poor souls buried beneath the battlefield understand this.6 S+A/ Team Sa-in# 6-ll right !ister, let me tell you what winning meansF you*re willing to go longer, work harder, give more than anyone else.6 8ince /om2ar!i #or video click$here 6Winning is not everything, but the effort to win is.6

Zi# Zi#lar #or ?ig*s*s tapes, +&*s, and videos click$here 6The reason most people never reach their goals is that they don*t define them, learn about them, or even seriously consider them as believable or achievable. Winners can tell you where they are going, what they plan to do along the way, and who will be sharing the adventure with them.6 "enis Waitley #or tapes click$here 68istory has demonstrated that the most notable winners usually encountered heartbreaking obstacles before they triumphed. They won because they refused to become discouraged by their defeats.6 Bertie . For2es 6The man who can drive himself further once the effort gets painful is the man who will win.6 1o#er Bannister 67ou can*t be a winner and be afraid to lose.6 harles /ynch 6Those that know how to win are much more numerous than those who know how to make proper use of their victories.6 Poly2ius 6The harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph.6 Thomas Paine 64uts are a combination of confidence, courage, conviction, strength of character, stick$ to$itiveness, pugnaciousness, backbone, and intestinal fortitude. They are mandatory for anyone who wants to get to and stay at the top.6 ".A. Benton 6Only a man who knows what it is like to be defeated can reach down to the bottom of his soul and come up with extra ounce of power it takes to win when the match is even.6 Muhamma! Ali 6The first man gets the oyster, the second man gets the shell.6 An!rew arne#ie 6) am not bound to win, but ) am bound to be true. ) am not bound to succeed, but ) am bound to live by the light that ) have. ) must stand with anybody that stands right, and stand with him while he is right, and part with him when he goes wrong.6 A2raham /incoln 6Never let defeat have the last word.6 Ti2etan Pro-er2 6There is no victory at bargain basement prices.6 "wi#ht "a-i! +isenhower 6There are many victories worse than a defeat.6 4eor#e +liot

67our ability to be a winner @GG percent of the time is based upon giving up the notion that losing at anything is e.uivalent to being a loser.6 "r. Wayne W. "yer #or tapes and videos click$here 6Winning is not a sometime thing( it*s an all time thing. 7ou don*t win once in a while, you don*t do things right once in a while, you do them right all the time. Winning is a habit. Hnfortunately, so is losing.6 8ince /om2ar!i #or video click$here 6The man who wins may have been counted out several times, but he didn*t hear the referee.6 $. +. Jansen 6Nobody remembers who came in second.6 harles Schulz 6That*s what learning is, after all( not whether we lose the game, but how we lose and how we*ve changed because of it and what we take away from it that we never had before, to apply to other games. :osing, in a curious way, is winning.6 1ichar! "a-i! Bach 6)f any thing goes bad, ) did it. )f anything goes semi$good, we did it. )f anything goes really good, then you did it. That*s all it takes to get people to win football games for you.6 Paul FBearF Bryant 6)f you are going to be a successful duck hunter, you must go where the ducks are.6 Paul FBearF Bryant 6)f winning isn*t important, why do we spend all that money on scoreboards<6 huck oonra!t 6)f winning isn*t important, why keep score<60rom Star Trek% The *ext 4eneration 6/verybody is born with an e.ual chance to become 0ust as une.ual as he or she possibly can.6Anonymous 6Winners dwell on and hold the self$image of that person they would most like to become. They get a vivid, clear, emotional, sensory picture of themselves as if they had already achieved their new role in life.6Anonymous 6/ver notice that people never say 6)t*s only a game6 when they*re winning<6 9-ern Ball 6The pri,es go to those who meet emergencies successfully. -nd the way to meet emergencies is to do each daily task the best we can( to act as though the eye of opportunity were always upon us. )n the hundred$yard race the winner doesn*t cross the tape line a do,en strides ahead of the field. 8e wins by inches. 5o we find it in ordinary business life. The big things that come our way are seldom the result of long thought or

careful planning, but rather they are the fruit of seed planted in the daily routine of our work.6 William Feather 6There is no relief at it being over. There is the 0oy of winning it.6 Ste0i 4ra0 6There*s nothing to winning, really. That is, if you happen to be blessed with a keen eye, an agile mind, and no scruples whatsoever.6Al0re! $itchcock 6The art of winning in business is in working hard $ not taking things too seriously.6 Al2ert 4reen $u22ar! 6) am not one of those who think that coming in second or third is winning.6 1o2ert Francis Kenne!y 6-nd the trouble with me is that my ego 0ust can*t accept a loss. ) suppose that if ) were more perfectly ad0usted, ) would toss off defeat, but my name is on this ball club. Thirty$ six men publicly reflect me and reflect on me, and it*s a matter of my pride.6 8ince /om2ar!i 6Winning isn*t everything, but the will to win is everything.6 8ince /om2ar!i 6Winners are naturally bullish.6Merrill /ynch 6)f you cannot win, make the one ahead of you break the record.6 Jan McKeithen 6Who overcomes by force, hath overcome but half his foe.6 John Milton 6When you win, nothing hurts.6 Joe *amath 6The most momentous thing in human life is the art of winning the soul to good or to evil.6Pytha#oras 6!y serve was there, everything was 0ust clicking. Those are the days you dream about, especially in a final.6 Pete Sampras 6There are only two places in this league9 first place and no place.6 Tom Sea-er 6We are not interested in the possibilities of defeat.6 6ueen 8ictoria 67ou carry on no matter what are the obstacles. 7ou simply refuse to give up $ and, when the going gets tough, you get tougher. -nd, you win.6 8ince /om2ar!i 67ou don*t win once in a while( you don*t do things right once in a while( you do them right all the time.68ince /om2ar!i

6)f you*ll not settle for anything less than your best, you*ll be ama,ed at what you can accomplish in your lives.68ince /om2ar!i 6)t*s not whether you get knocked down9 it*s whether you get up.6 8ince /om2ar!i 6Winning is a habit. Hnfortunately, so is losing.6 8ince /om2ar!i 6;egardless of what you do put in, every game boils down to doing the things you do best and doing them over and over again.6 8ince /om2ar!i 6Winning is not everything $ but making an effort to win is.6 8ince /om2ar!i 65ome of us will do our 0obs well and some will not, but we will all be 0udged by only one thing $ the result.6 8ince /om2ar!i 6)t*s easy to have faith in yourself and have discipline when you*re a winner, when you*re No. @. What you*ve got to have is faith and discipline when you*re not yet a winner.6 8ince /om2ar!i 6Once you agree upon the price you and your family must pay for success it enables you to ignore the minor hurts, the opponent*s pressure, the temporary failures.6 8ince /om2ar!i 65uccess demands singleness of purpose.6 8ince /om2ar!i 6)f winning isn*t important, why keep score<6 Star Trek% The *ext 4eneration 6/verybody is born with an e.ual chance to become 0ust as une.ual as he or she possibly can.6 Anonymous 6Winners dwell on and hold the self$image of that person they would most like to become. They get a vivid, clear, emotional, sensory picture of themselves as if they had already achieved their new role in life.6 Anonymous 6That*s what learning is, after all( not whether we lose the game, but how we lose and how we*ve changed because of it and what we take away from it that we never had before, to apply to other games. :osing, in a curious way, is winning.6 1ichar! Bach 6/ver notice that people never say 6)t*s only a game6 when they*re winning<6 9-ern Ball

6)f any thing goes bad, ) did it. )f anything goes semi$good, we did it. )f anything goes really good, then you did it. That*s all it takes to get people to win football games for you.6 Paul Bryant 6)f you are going to be a successful duck hunter, you must go where the ducks are.6 Paul Bryant 6The pri,es go to those who meet emergencies successfully. -nd the way to meet emergencies is to do each daily task the best we can( to act as though the eye of opportunity were always upon us. )n the hundred$yard race the winner doesn*t cross the tape line a do,en strides ahead of the field. 8e wins by inches. 5o we find it in ordinary business life. The big things that come our way are seldom the result of long thought or careful planning, but rather they are the fruit of seed planted in the daily routine of our work.6 William Feather 6There is no relief at it being over. There is the 0oy of winning it.6 Ste00i 4ra0 6There*s nothing to winning, really. That is, if you happen to be blessed with a keen eye, an agile mind, and no scruples whatsoever.6 Al0re! $itchcock 6The art of winning in business is in working hard B not taking things too seriously.6 +l2ert $u22ar! 6) am not one of those who think that coming in second or third is winning.6 1o2ert Kenne!y 6-nd the trouble with me is that my ego 0ust can*t accept a loss. ) suppose that if ) were more perfectly ad0usted, ) would toss off defeat, but my name is on this ball club. Thirty$ six men publicly reflect me and reflect on me, and it*s a matter of my pride.6 8ince /om2ar!i 6Winning isn*t everything, but the will to win is everything.6 8ince /om2ar!i 6Winners are naturally bullish.6 Merrill /ynch 6)f you cannot win, make the one ahead of you break the record.6 Jan McKeithen 6Who overcomes by force, hath overcome but half his foe.6 John Milton 6When you win, nothing hurts.6 Joe *amath 6The most momentous thing in human life is the art of winning the soul to good or to evil.6 Pytha#oras 6!y serve was there, everything was 0ust clicking. Those are the days you dream about, especially in a final.6 Pete Sampras

6There are only two places in this league9 first place and no place.6 Tom Sea-er 6We are not interested in the possibilities of defeat.6 6ueen 8ictoria 6The act of taking the first step is what separates the winners from the losers.6 Brian Tracy #or rian*s +&*s, videos, I tapes click$here 6There are @GG men seeking security to one able man who is willing to risk his fortune.6 J. Paul 4etty 6To win without risk is to triumph without glory.6 Pierre orneille 67ou can do anything you wish to do, have anything you wish to have, be anything you wish to be.6 1o2ert ollier 6&evelop the winning edge( small differences in your performance can lead to large differences in your results.6 Brian Tracy #or rian*s +&*s, videos, I tapes click$here 6The only way to discover the limits of the possible is to go beyond them into the impossible.6Anonymous 6There is one .uality that one must possess to win, and that is definiteness of purpose, the knowledge of what one wants, and a burning desire to possess it.6 *apoleon $ill #or tapes and videosclick$here

Quotes for Willpower


6The man who goes farthest is generally the one who is willing to do and dare. The sure$ thing boat never gets far from shore.6"ale arne#ie #or tapes click$here 67ou have a very powerful mind that can make anything happen as long as you keep yourself centered. "r. Wayne W. "yer #or tapes and videos click$here 65trength does not come from physical capacity. )t comes from an indomitable will.6 Mahatma 4an!hi 6Will power is to the mind like a strong blind man who carries on his shoulders a lame man who can see.6

Arthur Schopenhauer 6The world is full of willing people, some willing to work, the rest willing to let them.6 1o2ert Frost 64reat souls have wills( feeble ones have only wishes.6 hinese Pro-er2 6- man can do all things if he but wills them.6 /eon Battista Al2erti 63eople do not lack strength( they lack will.6 8ictor $u#o 6What you have to do and the way you have to do it is incredibly simple. Whether you are willing to do it, that*s another matter.6 Peter F. "rucker 6Will is character in action.6 William Mc!ou#all 6)t is fatal to enter any war without the will to win it.6 "ou#las Macarthur 6#ree will and determinism are like a game of cards. The hand that is dealt you is determinism. The way you play your hand is free will.6 *orman ousins 65elf$will so ardent and active that it will break a world to pieces to make a stool to sit on.6 1ichar! ecil 6They can con.uer who believe they can. 8e has not learned the first lesson is life who does not every day surmount a fear.6 1alph Wal!o +merson 6The time is always right to do what is right.6 Martin /uther Kin# Jr. 67our own mind is a sacred enclosure into which nothing harmful can enter except by your promotion.6 1alph Wal!o +merson 6*Tis better to be alone than in bad company.*6 4eor#e Washin#ton 6)t is not because things are different that we do not dare( it is because we do not dare that they are difficult.6Anonymous

Quotes for Love


6:ife in abundance comes only through great love.6 +l2ert $u22ar! 6:ove is the immortal flow of energy that nourishes, extends and preserves. )ts eternal

goal is life.6 Smiley Blanton 6What force is more potent than love.6 9#or Stra-insky 64ive love and unconditional acceptance to those you encounter, and notice what happens.6 "r. Wayne W. "yer #or tapes and videos click$here 6:ife without love is like a tree without blossom and fruit.6 Kahlil 4i2ran 6#ood offered without affection is like food offered to the dead.6 $in!u Pro-er2 68elp thy brother*s boat across, and lo% Thine own has reached the shore. JK 68ow does one measure time< No, not in day, months, or years. )t is measured by the most precious of all things9 :ove. Without which all beings and things whether brave andLor beautiful would perish.6 Irish Blesshin 6)t"s easy to halve the potato where there"s love.6 9rish Pro-er2 6:ove and eggs are best when they are fresh.6 1ussian Pro-er2 6:ove makes the time pass. Time makes love pass.6 French Pro-er2 6No bed is big enough to hold three.* 4erman Pro-er2 6To understand your parents" love you must raise children yourself.6 hinese Pro-er2 6:ove is a second life( it grows into the soul, warms every vein, and beats in every pulse.6 Joseph A!!ison 6The grand essentials to happiness in this life are something to do, something to love, and something to hope for.6 Joseph A!!ison

6:ove of country is like love of woman B he loves her best who seeks to bestow on her the highest good.6 Felix A!ler 6) could never love where ) could not respect.6 harlotte +liza2eth AissD 6:ove is a great beautifier.6 /ouisa May Alcott 6What is lovely never dies, ut passes into other loveliness, 5tar$dust, or sea$foam, flower or winged air. Thomas Bailey Al!rich 6) was nauseous and tingly all over. . . . ) was either in love or ) had smallpox.6 Woo!y Allen 6) used to think that being nice to people and feeling nice was loving people. Now ) know it isn*t. :ove is the most immense unselfishness and it is so big )*ve never touched it.6 Florence Allshom 6:ife is short and we have never too much time for gladdening the hearts of those who are traveling the dark 0ourney with us. Oh, be swift to love, make haste to be kind.6 $enri FrD!Dric Amiel 6)n real love you want the other person"s good. )n romantic love you want the other person.6 Mar#aret . An!erson 6) am a lover and have not found my thing to love.6Sherwoo! An!erson 6:ove is acceptance. When you love someone . . . you take them into your heart, and that is surely why it hurts so much when we lose someone we love, because we lose a part of ourselves.6 An!rew 6- love that defies all logic is sometimes the most logical thing in the world.6 Anonymous 6- part of you has grown in me, together forever we shall be, never apart, maybe in distance, but not in heart.6 Anonymous 6- self$centered man admitted9 65ure, ) know that the ible says to love our neighbors as ourselves. ut frankly, ) don*t believe that my neighbors can stand all that affection.6

Anonymous 6- woman who pretends to laugh at love is like a child who sings at night when he is afraid.6 Anonymous 6 ut isn*t hate 0ust scorned love< 6 Anonymous 6+hildren need love, especially when they don*t deserve it.6 Anonymous 68e who tries to forget a woman, never loved her.6 Anonymous 6) did not hear the words you said, instead ) heard the love.6 Anonymous 6)*ve learned that true friendship continues to grow, even over the longest distance. 5ame goes for true love.6 Anonymous 6)f music be the food of love, then play on.6 Anonymous 6)f we deny love that is given to us, if we refuse to give love because we fear pain or loss, then our lives will be empty, our loss greater.6 Anonymous 6)f you begin the day with love in your heart, peace in your nerves, and truth in your mind, you not only benefit by their presence but also bring them to others, to your family and friends, and to all those whose destiny draws across your path that day.* Anonymous 6)f you deny childhood, you deny life. They can"t speak up for themselves so we must. )t"s like, how do we define love, it"s a very, very deep feeling, but it"s ) think the most important force of life.6 Anonymous 6)f you fear nothing, you love nothing. )f you love nothing, what 0oy can there be in life<6 Anonymous 6)f you love someone, let them go. )f they return to you, it was meant to be. )f they don*t, their love was never yours to begin with.6 Anonymous

6)f you love someone, you must be strong enough to allow them to be.6 Anonymous 6)f you love something set it free( if it returns its yours forever, if not it was never meant to be.6 Anonymous 6)n love, unlike most other passions, the recollection of what you have had and lost is always better than what you can hope for in the future.6 Anonymous 6)t is better to have loved and lost, than to have hated and won.6 Anonymous 6)t is kindness in a person, not beauty that wins our love.6 Anonymous 6)t*s much easier to turn a friendship into love, than love into friendship.6 Anonymous 6:et those love now, who never lov*d before( let those who always lov*d, now love the more.6 Anonymous 6:onely is a man without love.6 Anonymous 6:ove at first sight is one of the greatest labor$saving devices the world has ever seen.6 Anonymous 6:ove can cure heartbreaks, misfortune, or tragedy. )t is the eternal companion.6 Anonymous 6:ove has nothing to do with what you are expecting to get, it*s what you are expected to give B which is everything.6 Anonymous 6:ove is eternal as long as it lasts.6 Anonymous 6:ove is for fools wise enough to take a chance.6 Anonymous 6:ove is like a violin. The music may stop now and then, but the strings remain forever.6 Anonymous

6:ove is not blind, it sees more not less( ut because it sees more it chooses to see less.6 Anonymous 6:ove is what dreams are made of.6 Anonymous 6:ove may con.uer all, but it needs time as its field general.6 Anonymous 6:ove your friend with his faults.* Anonymous 6!ake love, not war( get married and do both%6 Anonymous 6!ake your life an act of love.6 Anonymous 6!y need is not to be on the outside glaring in( its to be in the center with you. To be loved is nice, but not essential. To love someone, that*s what makes life worth living.6 Anonymous 6No one in love is free, or wants to be.6 Anonymous 6Nobody can fully understand the meaning of love until he*s owned a dog. 8e can show you more honest affection with a flick of his tail than a man can gather through a lifetime of handshakes.6 Anonymous 6;emember that great love and great achievements involve great risk.6 Anonymous 65ometimes a new love comes between old friends. 5ometimes the best love was the one that was always there.6 Anonymous 65ometimes ) wish ) were a little kid again, skinned knees are easier to fix than broken hearts.6 Anonymous 6The heart that loves is always young.6 Anonymous 6The secret of love is seeking variety in your life together, and never letting routine chords dull the melody of your romance.6

Anonymous 6*Tis better to have loved and lost, then paid for it and not liked it.6 Anonymous 6To be loved is to live forever in someone*s heart.6 Anonymous 6To learn and never be filled, is wisdom( To teach and never be weary is love.6 Anonymous 6To love something is to give it room enough to grow.6 Anonymous 6True love is the outward demonstration of inward conviction.6 Anonymous 6We can do no great thing, only small things, with great love.6 Anonymous 6We learn to love that to which we give our time.6 Anonymous 6We may give without loving, but we cannot love without giving.6 Anonymous 6 What is :ove< )t"s silence when your words would hurt, )t"s patience when your neighbor"s curt, )t"s defense when the scandal flows, )t"s thoughtfulness for another"s woes, )t"s promptness when stern duty calls, )t"s courage when misfortune falls. Anonymous 6 What seems to grow fairer to me as life goes by is the love and the grace and tenderness of it( not its wit and cleverness and grandeur of knowledge B grand as knowledge is B but 0ust the laughter of children, and the friendship of friends, and the co,y talk by the fire, and sight of flowers, and the sound of music.6 Anonymous 6When you find a 0ob you love, you*ll never have to work a day in your life.6 Anonymous 6When you love somebody, you should follow your heart. 5ometimes when you are with the person you love the most, you feel confused. 7ou don"t know who you are or what

you want but that is totally understandable. )t is natural to let go of a part of yourself to be with that person but the important part is that you don"t lose your own identity in the process%6 Anonymous 6Where we love is truly home( home that our feet may leave, but not our hearts.6 Anonymous 6Without love intelligence is dangerous( without intelligence love is not enough.6 Anonymous 6Without loving acts, loving words are meaningless.6 Anonymous 6Work is love made visible.6 Anonymous 67ou have achieved success if you have lived well, laughed often and loved much.6 Anonymous 67ou will find as you look back upon your life that the moments when you have really lived are the moments when you have done things in a spirit of love.6 Anonymous 67ou*ve got to dance like no one*s watching and love like it*s never going to hurt.6 Anonymous 6:ove is, above all, the gift of oneself.6 Jean Anouilh 6Things are beautiful if you love them.6 Jean Anouilh 6)n dreams and in love there are no impossibilities.6 JPnos Arany 6To love and win is the best thing( to love and lose is the next best thing.6 Maximillian Arturo 6-bsence does not make the heart grow fonder, but it sure heats up the blood.6 +liza2eth Ashley 6)n a great romance, each person plays a part the other really likes.6 +liza2eth Ashley

6:ove should be a vehicle allowed to travel without limitations.6 Mar-in J. Ashton 6-mong those whom ) like or admire, ) can find no common denominator, but among those whom ) love, ) can9 all of them make me laugh.6 Wysten $u#h Au!en 6) have often wondered how it is that every man loves himself more than all the rest of men, but yet sets less value on his own opinions of himself than on the opinions of others.6 Marcus Aurelius Antoninus 6)t is by not always thinking of yourself, if you can manage it, that you might somehow be happy. Hntil you make room in your life for someone as important to you as yourself, you will always be searching and lost . .6 1ichar! "a-i! Bach 6;espect for sovereignity, for privacy, for total independence. 4entle alliances against loneliness, they were, cool rational love$affairs without the love.6 1ichar! "a-i! Bach 6- crowd is not company, and faces are but a gallery of pictures, and talk but a tinkling cymbal, where there is no love.6 Francis Bacon 6)t is impossible to love and be wise.6 Francis Bacon 63oets are all who love, who feel great truths, -nd tell them( and the truth of truths is love.6 Philip James Bailey 6)f it is your time, love will track you down like a cruise missile.6 /yn!a Barry 6True love is when your heart and your mind are saying the same thing.6 :eanna :. artram 6:ove thy neighbor as yourself, but choose your neighborhood.6 /ouise Beal 6Where love is concerned, too much is not even enough.6 Pierre Au#ustin aron !e Beaumarchais 6&o not keep the alabaster boxes of your love and tenderness sealed up until your friends

are dead. #ill their lives with sweetness. 5peak approving, cheering words while their ears can hear them and while their hearts can be thrilled by them.6 $enry War! Beecher 6We never know the love of our parents for us till we have become parents.6 $enry War! Beecher 6The most important things to do in the world are to get something to eat, something to drink and somebody to love you.6 Bren!an Behan 6:ove ceases to be a pleasure when it ceases to be a secret.6 Aphra Behn 6- kiss is a lovely trick designed by nature to stop speech when words become superfluous.6 9n#ri! Ber#man 6- dog is the only thing on earth that loves you more than he loves himself.6 Josh Billin#s 6:ove looks through a telescope( envy, through a microscope.6 Josh Billin#s 6) am in you and you in me, mutual in divine love.6 William Blake 6)f a thing loves, it is infinite.6 William Blake 6The secret of art is love.6 Antoine Bour!elle 6)t is the passion that is in a kiss that gives to it its sweetness( it is the affection in a kiss that sanctifies it.6 hristian *estell Bo-De 6Our first and last love is B self$love.6 hristian *estell Bo-De 6When the one man loves the one woman and the one woman loves the one man, the very angels leave heaven and come and sit in that house and sing for 0oy.6 Brahman 6When our eyes see our hands doing the work of our hearts, the circle of +reation is completed inside us, the doors of our souls fly open, and love steps forth to heal

everything in sight.6 Michael Bri!#e 6-fter observing the loved and the unloved, we found the loved ones rarely tried to manipulate others.6 W. W. Broa!2ent5 M!5 Ph" 6The essence of romantic love is that wonderful beginning, after which sadness and impossibility may become the rule.6 Anita Brookner 6The best proof of love is trust.6 "r. Joyce Brothers 6No matter how love$sick a woman is, she shouldn*t take the first pill that comes along.6 "r. Joyce Brothers 6The ablity to make love frivolously is the thing which distinguishes human beings from the beasts.6 8eywood +ampbell roun 6To love is to transform( to be a poet.6 *orman 7. Brown 6Who so loves believes the impossible.6 +liza2eth Barrett Brownin# 6Take away love and our earth is a tomb.6 1o2ert Brownin# 6:oveliest of lovely things are they On earth that soonest pass away. The rose that lives its little hour )s pri,ed beyond the sculptured flower.6 William ullen Bryant 68atred does not cease by hatred, but only by love, this is the eternal rule.6 Si!!hartha 4uatama Bu!!ha 6:ove thou the rose, yet leave it on its stem.6 +!war! 1o2ert Bulwer3/ytton 68ad we never loved sae kindly, 8ad we never loved sae blindly, Never met or never parted, We had ne*er been broken$hearted%6

1o2ert Burns 6To see her is to love her, -nd love but her forever( #or Nature made her what she is, -nd never made anither%6 1o2ert Burns 6No cord or cable can draw so forcibly, or bind so fast, as love can do with a single thread.6 1o2ert Burns 6No happiness is like unto it, no love so great as that of man and wife, no such comfort as a sweet wife.6 1o2ert Burton 6:ove . . . MisN a lack of personal selfishness.6 Theo!ore M. Burton 6- wife says to her husband Oor vice versaP, 6&o you love me<6 6Of course,6 he replies. 6)*ve been married to you for twenty years, haven*t )<6 8ow satisfied would we be if we presented someone with a vintage wine and, upon asking his opinion of it, he replied, 6)*m drinking it, aren*t )<6 :ove still needs expression between those who share it.6 /eo Busca#lia 6&eath is a challenge. )t tells us not to waste time . . . )t tells us to tell each other right now that we love each other.6 /eo Busca#lia 6The person who has earned love the least needs it the most.6 F. +nzio Busche 6-bsence is to love what wind is to fire( it extinguishes the small, it enkindles the great.6 omte !e Bussy31a2utin 6:*amour vient de l*aveuglement, l*amitie de la connaissance. O:ove comes from blindness, friendship from knowledge.P6 omte !e Bussy31a2utin 6)t is better to have loved and lost than to never have lost at all. Samuel Butler 6-ll love at first, like generous wine, #erments and frets until Qtis fine( ut when Qtis settled on the lee,

-nd from th" impurer matter free, ecomes the richer still the older, -nd proves the pleasanter the colder.6 5amuel utler, the older 6#or money has a power above The stars and fate, to manage love. Samuel Butler5 the ol!er 6To live is like love, all reason is against it, and all healthy instinct for it.6 Samuel Butler5 the youn#er 6;espect is love in plain clothes.6 Frankie Byrne 6)n her first passion, a woman loves her lover, in all the others all she loves is love.6 4eor#e 4or!on5 /or! Byron 6!an*s love is of man*s life a part( it is a woman*s whole existence.6 4eor#e 4or!on5 /or! Byron 6:ove is so much better when you are not married.6 Maria allas 6The act of love . . . is a confession. 5elfishness screams aloud, vanity shows off, or else true generosity reveals itself.6 Al2ert amus 67ou have to walk carefully in the beginning of love( the running across fields into your lover"s arms can only come later when you"re sure they won"t laugh if you trip.6 Jonathan arroll 6#rance is the only place where you can make love in the afternoon without people hammering on your door.6 Bar2ara artlan! 6-nything will give up its secrets if you love it enough.6 "r. 4eor#e Washin#ton ar-er 6Where there is great love, there are always miracles.6 Willa Si2ert ather 6:ove not what you are, but what you may become.6 Mi#uel !e er-antes

6:ove, such as in society, is only the exchange of two fantasies, and the contact of two bodies.6 Sa2astien ham0ort 6To love is to approach each other center to center.6 Pierre Teilhar! !e har!in 6The deep 0oy we take in the company of people with whom we have 0ust recently fallen in love is undisguisable.6 John hee-er 6+an there be a love which does not make demands on its ob0ect<6 on0ucius 68e who remembers from day to day what he has yet to learn, and from month to month what he has learned already, may be said to have a love of learning.6 on0ucius 6:ove may not make the world go round, but ) must admit that it makes the ride worthwhile.6 Sean onnery 6 etter to love amiss than nothing to have loved.6 4eor#e ra22e 6:ove is a fire. ut whether it is going to warm your hearth or burn down your house, you can never tell.6 Joan raw0or! 6:ast time ) tried to make love to my wife nothing happened, so ) said to her, *What*s the matter, you can*t think of anybody either<*6 1o!ney "an#er0iel! 6:ove is a force more formidable than any other. )t is invisible B it cannot be seen or measured, yet it is powerful enough to transform you in a moment, and offer you more 0oy than any material possession could.6 Bar2ara "eAn#elis5 Ph" 6#or two people to please one another they must be very nearly alike, so that they may understand each other, and slightly different, so that they may have something to understand in each other.6 "iane 6That love is all there is is all we know of love.6 +mily "ickinson

6;omance has been elegantly defined as the offspring of fiction and love.6 BenCamin "israeli 6The magic of first love is our ignorance that it can ever end.6 BenCamin "israeli 6We are all born for love. . . . )t is the principle of existence, and its only end.6 BenCamin "isreali 6:ove built on beauty, soon as beauty, dies.6 John "onne 6 ut love"s a malady without a cure.6 John "ry!en 63ains of love be sweeter far Than all other pleasures are.6 John "ry!en 6When beauty fires the blood, how love exalts the mind%6 John "ry!en 6)f you have respect and consideration for one another, you"ll make it. 6 Mary "urso 6No, this trick won*t work. . . . 8ow on earth are you ever going to explain in terms of chemistry and physics so important a biological phenomenon as first love<6 Al2ert +instein 6) like not only to be loved, but also to be told that ) am loved. ) am not sure that you are of the same kind. ut the realm of silence is large enough beyond the grave. This is the world of light and speech, and ) shall take leave to tell you that you are very dear.6 4eor#e +liot 6-ll mankind love a lover.6 1alph Wal!o +merson 6:ove, and you shall be loved. -ll love is mathematically 0ust, as much as the two sides of an algebraic e.uation.6 1alph Wal!o +merson 6No man can sincerely try to help another without helping himself.6 1alph Wal!o +merson 6-t one time through love all things come together into one, at another time through

strife"s hatred, they are borne each of them apart.6 +mpe!ocles 6:ove is all we have, the only way that each can help the other. +uripi!es 65incere love is something that sacrificesBnot something that indulges itself. 5incere love is responsible. )t would never knowingly hurt, but would heal.6 1ichar! /. +-ans 6-rtists in each of the arts seek after and care for nothing but love.6 Marsilio Ficino 6:ove and scandal are the best sweeteners of tea.6 $enry Fiel!in# 6There is a lady sweet and kind, Was never face so pleased my mind( ) did but see her passing by, -nd yet ) love her till ) die6 Thomas For! 6 itterness imprisons life( love releases it. itterness paraly,es life( love empowers it. itterness sours life( love heals it. itterness blinds life( love anoints its eye.6 $arry +merson Fos!ick5 ".". 6)f people are allowed to love life, then they should also be allowed to hate it.6 Brian Fox 6!y father always told me, 6#ind a 0ob you love and you*ll never have to work a day in your life.66 Jim Fox 6- man is already halfway in love with a woman who listens to him.6 Bren!an Francis 6:ove is the only way to grasp another human being in the innermost core of his personality.6 8iktor Frankl 6:ove and toothache have many cures, but none infallible, except possession and dispossession.6 BenCamin Franklin 6:ove your enemies, for they will tell you your faults.6 BenCamin Franklin

6!oney will buy you a fine dog, but only love can make it wag it*s tail.6 1ichar! Frie!man 6)mmature love says, 6) love you because ) need you.6 !ature love says, 6) need you because ) love you.6 +rich Fromm 6:ove is the only sane and satisfactory answer to the problem of human existence. +rich Fromm 6:ove at the lips was touch -s sweet as ) could bear( -nd once that seemed too much( ) lived on air. 1o2ert /ee Frost 6:ove is an irresistible desire to be irresistibly desired.6 1o2ert /ee Frost 6We love the things we love for what they are.6 1o2ert /ee Frost 6:ove me or hate me, but spare me your indifference.6 /i22ie Fu!im 6)t"s an extra dividend when you like the girl you"re in love with.6 lark 4a2le 6:ove is a game that two can play and both win.6 +-a 4a2or 6- man in love is incomplete until he is married. Then he"s finished.6 Zsa Zsa 4a2or 64etting divorced 0ust because you don*t love a man is almost as silly as getting married 0ust because you do.6 Zsa Zsa 4a2or 6One of my theories is that men love with their eyes( women love with their ears.6 Zsa Zsa 4a2or 6We are all mortal until the first kiss and the second glass of wine.6 +!uar!o 4aleano 6:ove is the strongest force the world possesses, and yet it is the humblest imaginable.6

Mohan!as Karamchan! 4an!hi 6!y life is an indivisible whole, and all my activities run into one another9 and they have their rise in my insatiable love of mankind.6 Mohan!as Karamchan! 4an!hi 6Whenever you have truth it must be given with love, or the message and the messenger will be re0ected.6 Mohan!as Karamchan! 4an!hi 6:ove is the greatest gift that one generation can leave to another.6 1ichar! 4arnett 6We must love one another. Only Mby doingN so can our long years of toil and struggle reach full reward and we be crowned with life everlasting.6 Susa :oun# 4ates 6To love is to admire with the heart( to admire is to love with the mind.6 Theophile 4autier 6#or you see, each day ) love you more, today more than yesterday and less than tomorrow.6 1osemon!e 4erar! 6The love of study, a passion which derives fresh vigor from en0oyment, supplies each day and hour with a perpetual source of independent and rational pleasure.6 4i22on 6-nd ever has it been that love knows not its own depth until the hour of separation.6 Kahlil 4i2ran 6:ove has no other desire but to fulfull itself. To melt and be like a running brook that sings its melody to the night. To wake at dawn with a winged heart and give thanks for another day of loving.6 Kahlil 4i2ran 6:ove is the only flower that grows and blossoms without the aid of seasons.6 Kahlil 4i2ran 6Work is love made visible. -nd if you cannot work with love but only with distaste, it is better that you should leave your work and sit at the gate of the temple and take alms of those who work with 0oy.6 Kahlil 4i2ran 67our love shines in my heart as the sun that shines upon the earth.6 +leanor !i +leanor !i

6. . . every tree near our house had a name of its own and a special identity. This was the beginning of my love for natural things, for earth and sky, for roads and fields and woods, for trees and grass and flowers( a love which has been second only to my sense of enduring kinship with birds and animals, and all inarticulate creatures.6 +llen 4las#ow 6;omance is about the little things.6 4re#ory J. 4o!eck 6- life without love, without the presence of the beloved, is nothing but a mere magic$ lantern show. We draw out slide after slide, swiftly tiring of each, and pushing it back to make haste for the next.6 Johann Wol0#an# -on 4oethe 6)f ) love you, what business is it of yours<6 Johann Wol0#an# -on 4oethe 6That is the true season of love, when we believe that we alone can love, that no one could ever have loved so before us, and that no one will love in the same way as us.6 Johann Wol0#an# -on 4oethe 6We are shaped and fashioned by what we love.6 Johann Wol0#an# -on 4oethe 6:ove is something eternalBthe aspects may change, but not the essence. There is the same diflference in a person before and after he is in love as there is in an unlighted lamp and one that is buming. The lamp was there and it is a good lamp, but now it is shedding light, too, and that is its real function.6 8incent -an 4o#h 6The more ) think about it, the more ) reali,e there is nothing more artistic that to love others.6 8incent -an 4o#h 6 ut love is many things, none of them logical.6 William 4ol!man 6-ll his faults are such that one loves him still the better for them.6 7li-er 4ol!smith 6) love everything that*s old9 old friends, old times, old manners, old books, old wine.6 7li-er 4ol!smith 6:ove you know, seeks to make happy rather than to be happy.6 harles William 4or!on

6The true revolutionary is guided by a great feeling of love.6 +rnesto B heJ 4ue-ara 6:ove does not 0ust sit there, like a stone( it had to be made, like bread, remade all the time, made new.6 ;rsula /e 4uin 6#ind someone to love . . . and, oh, someone to love you.6 Sacha 4uitry 65omeone has written, C:ove is a verb.D )t re.uires doing B not 0ust saying and thinking. The test is in what one does, how one acts, for love is conveyed in word and deed.6 "a-i! B. $ai#ht 6- bell"s not a bell Qtil you ring it - song"s not a song Qtil you sing it :ove in your heart wasn"t put there to stay :ove isn"t love Qtil you give it away%6 7scar $ammerstein 64)>)N4 4iving isn*t giving Hnless the gift is tied With ribbon$bows of gladness( What good the gift inside OThough it be made of silverP What good the stars above! )f hearts know naught of laughter, )f hearts are void of love<6 June Brown $arris 6:ove is perhaps the only glimpse we are permitted of eternity.6 $elen $ayes 6The story of a love is not important B what is important is that one is capable of love. )t is perhaps the only glimpse we are permitted of eternity. $elen $ayes 6The truth is that there is only one terminal dignityBlove. -nd the story of a love is not importantBwhat is important is that one is capable of love.6 $elen $ayes 6:ove is a hole in the heart.6 Ben $echt

6Never 0udge someone by who he*s in love with( 0udge him by his friends. 3eople fall in love with the most appalling people.6 ynthia $eimel 6)f you don*t like yourself, you can*t like other people.6 1o2ert A. $einlein 6:ove has nothing to do with what you are expecting to get . . . Only with what you are expected to give. . . . Which is everything.6 Katherine $ep2urn 67ou don*t pick who you fall in love with. There are so few people to love. )t*s hard for one adult to even like another. -lmost impossible.6 Katherine $ep2urn 6:ove and a cough cannot be hid.6 4eor#e $er2ert 6The best smell is bread( the best saver, salt( the best love, that of children.6 4eor#e $er2ert 6) do love ) know not what( 5ometimes this, and sometimes that.6 1o2ert $errick 6:ove is what is left in a relationship after all the selfishness has been removed.6 ullen $i#htower 6Nobody can fully understand the meaning of love unless he"s owned a dog. 8e can show you more honest affection with a flick of his tail than a man can gather through a lifetime of handshakes.6 4ene $ill 6:ove is the master key that opens the gates of happiness.6 7li-er Wen!ell $olmes 6!en are tattooed with their special beliefs like so many 5outh 5ea )slanders( but a real human heart with divine love in it beats with the same glow under all the patterns of all earth*s thousand tribes.6 7li-er Wen!ell $olmes5 Jr. 6The sound of a kiss is not so loud as that of a cannon, but its echo lasts a great deal longer.6 7li-er Wen!ell $olmes5 Jr.

6Tell me whom you love and ) will tell you who you are.6 $oussaye 6No woman ever falls in love with a man unless she has a better opinion of him than he deserves.6 +! $owe 67ou needn"t love your enemy, but if you refrain from telling lies about him, you are doing well enough.6 +! $owe 6The greatest happiness of life it the conviction that we are loved B loved for ourselves, or rather, loved in spite of ourselves.6 8ictor $u#o 6:ove, ) find, is like singing. /veryone can do enough to satisfy themselves, though it may not impress the neighbors as being very much.6 Zora *eale $urston 6With love and patience, nothing is impossible.6 "aisaku 9ke!a5 6:earn to love good books. There are treasures in books that all the money in the world cannot buy, but the poorest laborer can have for nothing.6 1o2ert 4reen 9n#ersoll 6The best and most beautiful things in the world can not be seen or ever touched, they must be felt with the heart. We should do everything within reason to save a good relationship. ut if we are constantly trying to save it, it*s probably not a good relationship.6 Ja-an 6:ove is like the measles( we all have to go through it.6 Jerome Klapka Jerome 6)t is a beautiful necessity of our nature to love something.6 "ou#las Jerrol! 6:ove"s like the measlesBall the worse when it comes late in life.6 "ou#las William Jerrol! 6Never let a problem to be solved become more important than a person to be loved.6 Bar2ara Johnson 6The love of life is necessary to the vigorous prosecution of any undertaking.6 "r. Samuel Johnson

6;omance, like the rabbit at the dog track, is the elusive, fake, and never attained reward which, for the benefit and amusement of our masters, keeps us running and thinking in safe circles.6 Be-erly Jones 6:ove doesn"t make the world go round. :ove is what makes the ride worthwhile.6 Franklin P. Jones 6There shall be no love lost.6 Ben Johnson 6:ove is as much of an ob0ect as an obsession, everybody wants it, everybody seeks it, but few ever achieve it, those who do will cherish it, be lost in it, and among all, never . . . never forget it.6 urtis Ju!alet 65omewhere there was once a #lower, a 5tone, a +rystal, a 2ueen, a 'ing, a 3alace, a :over and his eloved, and this was long ago, on an )sland somewhere in the ocean R,GGG years ago. . . . 5uch is :ove, the !ystic #lower of the 5oul. This is the +enter, the 5elf.6 arl 4usta- Jun# 6Where love rules, there is no will to power( and where power predominates, there love is lacking. The one is the shadow of the other.6 arl 4usta- Jun# 6- poet without love were a physical and metaphysical impossibility.6 John Keats 6:ove in a hut, with water and crust, )sB:ove, forgive us%Bcinders, ashes, dust( :ove in a palace is perhaps at last !ore grievous torment than a hermit"s fast. John Keats 63eople think love is an emotion. :ove is good sense.6 Ken Kesey

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6)f you have a talent, use it in every which way possible. &on"t hoard it. &on"t dole it out like a miser. 5pend it lavishly like a millionaire intent on going broke.6 << Bren!an Francis

:earn how to be happy with what you have while you pursue all that you want. Jim 1ohn #or =im*s tapes, +&*s, and videos click$here 8appiness is not an accident.Nor is it something you wish for.8appiness is something you design. Jim 1ohn #or =im*s tapes, +&*s, and videos click$here There are three things to leave behind(your photographs,your library,and your personal 0ournals. These things are certainly going to be more valuable to future generations than your furniture% Jim 1ohn #or =im*s tapes, +&*s, and videos click$here The word6tip6 stands for 6to insure promptness.65o when should you give it<Hp front,of course. 5ophisticated peopledon*t take chances on poor service,they insure good service. Jim 1ohn #or =im*s tapes, +&*s, and videos click$here :et others lead small lives,but not you.:et others argue over small things,but not you.:et others cry over small hurts,but not you.:et others leave their future in someone elses hands,but not you. not you. Jim 1ohn 6The way to love anything is to reali,e it might be lost.6 Kieke#aar! 6When one has once fully entered the realm of love, the world B no matter how imperfect B becomes rich and beautiful, it consists solely of opportunities for love.6 Soren Kierke#aar! 6) think that ) shall never see - poem lovely as a tree. Al0re! Joyce Kilmer 6Only enemies speak the truth( friends and lovers lie endlessly, caught in the web of duty.6 Stephen Kin# 6-t the center of non$violence stands the principle of love.6 Martin /uther Kin#5 Jr. 6) believe that unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word in reality. That is why right, temporarily defeated, is stronger than evil triumphant.6

Martin /uther Kin#5 Jr. 6:ove is the only force capable of transforming an enemy into a friend.6 Martin /uther Kin#5 Jr. 6There is a passion of reverence, almost of pity, mingling with the love of an honest man for a pure girl, which makes it the most ex.uisite, perhaps, of all human sentiments.6 Mary St. /e#er Kin#sley 6)f we could raise one generation with unconditional love, there would be no 8itlers. We need to teach the next generation of children from &ay One that they are responsible for their lives. !ankind*s greatest gift, also its greatest curse, is that we have free choice. We can make our choices built from love or from fear.6 +liza2eth Ku2ler 1oss 6-t the beginning and at the end of love, the two lovers are embarrassed to find themselves alone.6 Jean !e /a BruyDre 6-bsence diminishes mediocre passions and increases great ones, as wind blows out candles and fans fire.6 FranQois5 "uc !e /a 1oche0oucaul! 6)f one 0udges love by the ma0ority of its effects, it is more like hatred than like friendship.6 FranQois5 "uc !e /a 1oche0oucaul! 6)t is with true love as it is with ghosts( everyone talks about it, but few have seen it.6 FranQois5 "uc !e /a 1oche0oucaul! 6There are two sorts of constancy in loveBone arises from continually discovering in the loved person new sub0ects for love, the other arises from our making a merit of being constant.6 FranQois5 "uc !e /a 1oche0oucaul! 6There is no disguise which can hide love for long where it exists or simulate it where it does not.6 FranQois5 "uc !e /a 1oche0oucaul! 6There is only one sort of love, but there are a thousand copies.6 FranQois5 "uc !e /a 1oche0oucaul! 6The value of compassion cannot be overemphasi,ed. -nyone can critici,e. )t takes a true believer to be compassionate. No greater burden can be born by an individual than to know no one cares or understands.6 Arthur $. Stain2ack

Quotes to ,vercome -orr+ and An.iet+ 1on't waste your life in dou"ts and fears+ s end yourself on the work "efore you, well assured that the right erformance of this hour's duties will "e the "est re aration for the hours or ages that follow it. /alph -aldo 0merson !o longer forward nor "ehind I look in ho e and fear; But grateful take the good I find, #he "est of now and here. 1ohn G2 -hittier It is not work that kills men, it is worry. Work is healthy; you can hardly ut more on a man than he can "ear. But worry is rust u on the "lade. It is not movement that destroys the machinery, "ut friction. Henr+ -ard 3eecher Be 'ust, and fear not. 2et all the ends thou aim'st at "e thy country's, #hy /od's and truth's. -illiam Shakespeare .urely there is something in the unruffled calm of nature that overawes our little an&ieties and dou"ts; the sight of the dee ) "lue sky and the clustering stars a"ove seems to im art a -uiet to the mind. 1onathan 0d4ards Imagine every day to "e the last of a life surrounded with ho es, cares, anger and fear. #he hours that come une& ectedly will "e much the more grateful. Horace #he mind that is an&ious a"out future events is misera"le. Seneca (resent fears are less than horri"le imaginings.

-illiam Shakespeare 2et us "e of good cheer, remem"ering that the misfortunes hardest to "ear are those that never ha en. 1ames /ussel Lo4ell It is the trou"le that never comes that causes the loss of slee . Chas2 Austin 3ates 2ive in each season as it asses; "reathe the air, drink the drink, taste the fruit, and resign yourself to the influences of each. Henr+ David Thoreau We also deem those ha y, who from the e& erience of life, have learned to "ear its ills and without descanting on their weight. 1unvenal #hus each erson "y his fears gives wings to rumor, and, without any real source of a rehension, men fear what they themselves have imagined. Lucan I never think of the future ) it comes soon enough. Al5ert 0instein It is idle to dread what you cannot avoid. 6u5lius S+rus ,n'oy the resent day, as distrusting that which is to follow. Horace *e either fears his fate too much, 3r his deserts are small, Who dares not ut it to the touch #o gain or lose it all. 7ar8uis o9 7ontrose #he rose is fairest when 't is "udding new, and ho e is "rightest when it dawns from fears. -alter Scott