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“Judge a Man by his Questions rather than by his Answers.”

Voltaire


“Winners Never Quit and Quitters Never Win.”

Vince Lombardi


“There are Better Starters than Me but I'm a Strong Finisher.”

Usain Bolt


“Honesty is The First Chapter in The Book of Wisdom.”

Thomas Jefferson


“With Self-Discipline, almost anything is Possible.”

Theodore Roosevelt


“Your Time is Limited, so Don't Waste it Living Someone else's Life.” 

Steve Jobs


“The Best Proof of Love is Trust.”

Joyce Brothers


“Don't Limit a Child to Your Own Learning, for He was Born in another Time.”  

Rabindranath Tagore


“Educate a Woman and You Educate her Family. Educate a Girl and You Change The Future.”  

Queen Rania of Jordan


“Life is Short. Kiss Slowly, Laugh Insanely, Love Truly and Forgive Quickly.”

Paulo Coelho


“Always Turn a Negative Situation into a Positive Situation.”

Michael Jordan


“I Don't Care that They Stole My Idea... I Care that They Don't have any of their Own.”

Nikola Tesla


“The Smallest Deed is Better than The Greatest Intention.”

John Burroughs


“Human Life is as Evanescent as The Morning Dew or a Flash of Lightning.”

Samuel Butler


“Success Comes to those who Become Success Conscious.”

Napoleon Hill


“Yesterday is Gone. Tomorrow has Not yet Come. We have only Today. Let us Begin.” 

Mother Teresa


“The Best Way to Find Yourself is to Lose Yourself in The Service of others.”

Mahatma Gandhi


“Work is Not man's Punishment. It is his Reward and his Strength and his Pleasure.”

George Sand


“When You Reach The End of Your Rope, Tie a Knot and Hang on.”

Abraham Lincoln


“Live Life to The Fullest, and Focus on The Positive.”

Matt Cameron


“There are People who have Money and People who are Rich.”

Coco Chanel


“I'm Blessed and I Thank God for Every Day for Everything that Happens for Me.”

Lil Wayne


“Learning is The only Thing The Mind Never Exhausts, Never Fears, and Never Regrets.”

Leonardo da Vinci


“Everyone Thinks of Changing The World, but No One Thinks of Changing himself.”

Leo Tolstoy


“Knowledge is Power. Information is Liberating. Education is The Premise of Progress, in Every Society, in Every Family.”

Kofi Annan


“If You are Born Poor then it's Not Your Mistake but If You Die Poor then it is Your Mistake.”

Bill Gates


“Men's Ideas are The Most Direct Emanations of their Material State.”

Karl Marx


“Success is... Knowing Your Purpose in Life, Growing to Reach Your Maximum Potential, and Sowing Seeds that Benefit Others.” 

John C. Maxwell


“Change Your Life Today. Don't Gamble on The Future, Act now, Without Delay.”

Simone de Beauvoir


“Be with a Leader when He is Right, Stay with Him when He is still Right, but, Leave Him when He is Wrong.”

Abraham Lincoln


“A Happy Life Consists Not in The Absence, but in The Mastery of Hardships.”

Helen Keller


“An Optimist is a Person who Sees a Green Light everywhere, while a Pessimist Sees only The Red Stoplight... The Truly Wise Person is Colorblind.”

Albert Schweitzer


“The only True Wisdom is in Knowing you Know Nothing.”

Socrates


“The Goal of Life is to Make your Heartbeat Match The Beat of The Universe, to Match your Nature with Nature.”

Joseph Campbell


“Don't be Pushed around by The Fears in your Mind. Be Led by The Dreams in your Heart.”

Roy T. Bennett


“Anybody can Sympathise with The Sufferings of a Friend, but it Requires a very Fine Nature to Sympathise with a Friend’s Success.”

Oscar Wilde


“The Greatest Gift of Life is Friendship, and I have Received it.”

Hubert H. Humphrey


“There is only One Happiness in This Life, to Love and be Loved.”

George Sand


“It does Not do to Dwell on Dreams and Forget to Live.”

J.K. Rowling


“Liberty, when it Begins to Take Root, is a Plant of Rapid Growth.”

George Washington


“There is No Remedy for Love but to Love More.”

Henry David Thoreau


“It is Not a Lack of Love, but a Lack of Friendship that Makes Unhappy Marriages.”

Friedrich Nietzsche


“Success is Not Final, Failure is Not Fatal: it is The Courage to Continue that Counts.”

Winston S. Churchill