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The Virtuous Mean

“Don’t make friends who are comfortable to be with. Make friends who will force you to lever yourself up.” Thomas J. Watson Every person you meet has standards. One may shoot for the moon while another might content himself with … Continue reading

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The Warrior Spirit

Every so often you meet someone who embodies the warrior spirit. You know the type. They are rugged, dogged and intrepid, and they possess a remarkable capacity to overcome obstacles and move through difficulties that would crush the ordinary man. … Continue reading

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Intrinsic Value III

“Reputation is what the world thinks a man is; character is what he really is. Anyone can play shuttlecock with a man’s reputation; his character is his alone. No one can injure his character but he himself. Character is the … Continue reading

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True Living

“Let man realize that Truth is essentially an intrinsic virtue, in his relation to himself even if there were no other human being living; it becomes extrinsic as he radiates it in his daily life. Truth is first, intellectual honest—the … Continue reading

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Take the High Road

“I’d rather be for what I’m for than against what I’m against.” ~ Anonymous We have become a nation of cause-mongers, devoting the bulk of our energies to fighting that which we are against, while leaving very little to support … Continue reading

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Power of Personal Influence II

Ignorance is no excuse for violation of any law. Realizing this, we must take greater care to educate ourselves on the power of personal influence, for people often undermine their own stated goals and desires without even knowing it. William … Continue reading

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