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EYEyiyg LED&EK-PHIkADEEPHIA, TTTESDAY, MARCH 0, 191&;
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SOME TEXTS FOR
IT IS only of the loftiest trees that it occurs to us
to remark that they do not touch the sky.
THE only real help is self-help.
SERENITY is no sign of security.
THE world owes all its onward impulses to men ill
at ease. HAWTHORNE
IT IS an evil recklessness not to weigh one's own
IT IS the dreams of youth that become the realities
of manhood. hamerton
WHAT is more pathetic than the unconscious
possession of great power? ' munger
THE gifted man is he who sees the essential point.
THERE is always a Cape Horn in one's life that
one weathers or wrecks oneself on. huxley
ENTHUSIASM is not a herring that can be pickled
and kept for a few years. goethe
GOD does not give us results, but only opportuni
GENIUS and ambition laugh at precedents.
THERE are times when Fortune begins but cannot
complete her work. balzac
THE thing in this world I am most afraid of is
THE grand secret of success is that successful men
take one hundred times the trouble that men usu
ally do. PARTON
THE difference between one man and another is
not mere ability it is energy. ARNOLD
MAN is mimetic; we repeat without thought the
opinions of some third person, who has adopted them
, without inquiry. disraeli
IT IS absurd to think that one's own age of the
world is beyond correction by the next age.
IF' YOU are not too large for the place you occupy,
you are too small for it garfield
BECAUSE the goal is distant, is that any reason
why we should not march towards it? , . hugo
TRYING will do anything in the world.
IN THE long run, men hit only what" they aim at.
IT IS easier to climb a mountain than to level it.
AN institution is the lengthened shadow of one
GENIUS is the power to take a hint. mar&ham
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