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“ To persevere in one's duty, and be silent, is the best answer to calumny.” — Washington.
“One positive word is worth a dozen points of interrogation.” – Phelps,
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23 He is humble who has a lowly feeling of himself as compared with others, modest who places a low estimate upon his own qualifications and will not thrust himself forward, submissive who is yielding and has respect to others.
A king governs by wise and judicious laws; a despot rules by arbitrary decision and is autocratic.
An argument is convincing that directs one's reasoning; conclusive that prevents further discussion ; decisive that puts an end to all wavering and determines one's will. Both convincing and conclusive arguments assist in decisive action.
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“No man is born into the world whose work
Is not born with him; there is always work,
- Lowell. “ The important thing in life is to have a great aim with the determination to attain it.” — Goethe.
32 6 Great truths are portions of the soul of man;
Great souls are portions of eternity; Each drop of blood that e'er through true heart ran
With lofty message, ran for thee and me; For God's law since the starry song began,
Hath been, and still forevermore must be, That every deed which shall outlast life's span,
Must goad the soul to be erect and free.” — Lowell.
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