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Robert Collier

    May Trinandahas quotedlast year
    bless them as such
    May Trinandahas quotedlast year
    be thankful for every opportunity it gives you to acquire greater skill or ability or to serve others.
    May Trinandahas quotedlast year
    Be thankful for the opportunity to SERVE faithfully, no matter how small the immediate reward may seem to be. Give your best, give it cheerfully, gladly, thankfully, and you will be amazed how quickly the INCREASE will come to you—not necessarily from your immediate boss, but from the Big Boss over all.
    Menna Abu Zahrahas quotedlast year
    Demosthenes, the greatest orator the ancient world produced, stuttered! The first time he tried to make a public speech, he was laughed off the rostrum. Julius Caesar was an epileptic. Napoleon was of humble parentage, and so poor that it was with the greatest difficulty that he got his appointment to the Military Academy. Far from being a born genius, he stood forty-sixth in his class at the Military Academy. And there were only sixty-five in the class. His shortness of stature and extreme poverty discouraged him to such an extent that in his early letters to friends, he frequently referred to thoughts of suicide.
    Menna Abu Zahrahas quotedlast year
    Benjamin Franklin, Abraham Lincoln, Andrew Jackson and a number of our Presidents started life in the poorest and humblest of homes, with little education and no advantages. Stewart, who started what is now the John Wanamaker Store, came to New York with $1.50 in his pocket, and no place where he could hope to get more until he himself earned it. Thomas Edison was a newsboy on trains. Andrew Carnegie started work at $4 a month. John D. Rockefeller at about $6 a week.
    Menna Abu Zahrahas quotedlast year
    In two years, he was able to beat the bully. In ten years, he was the world’s strongest man!
    Menna Abu Zahrahas quotedlast year
    Why is it that men with such handicaps can outstrip all of those naturally favored by Nature?
    Menna Abu Zahrahas quotedlast year
    Why is it that the well-educated, well-trained men, with wealthy and influential friends to help them, are so often pushed aside, to make way for some “nobody” whose family no one ever heard of, but whose sheer ability and force make him a power to be reckoned with?
    Menna Abu Zahrahas quotedlast year
    What is more, if he continues to demand it with persistent faith, HE GETS IT!
    Menna Abu Zahrahas quotedlast year
    You are one with the great “I AM” of the universe. You are part of God. Until you realize that—and the power it gives you—you will never know God.
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