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  • I am not afraid of storms, for I’am learning to sail my ship. (LM Alcott)
  •  The greater the difficulty the greater the glory. ( Cicero)
  • It is not until we have passsed through the furnance that we are  made to know how much dross there is in our composition. ( CC Colton)
  • Adversity reveals genius; prosperity concelas it. ( Horace)
  • Little minds are tamed and subdued by misfortune; but great minds rise above them. ( W Irving)
  • We become wiser by our adversity. (Seneca)
  • Anger begins with folly and ends with repentance. (HG Bohn)
  • The fire you kindle for your enemy often burns yourself more than him. (Chinese Proverb)
  • He who establishes his argument by noise and command, shows that his reason is weak. (Montaigne)
  • Anxiety is good for nothing if we cannot turn it into defense. (Meyrick)
  • Try not to be a man of succes, but rather to become a man of value. (Eisnsten)
  • Morality knows nothing of geographical boundaries or distinctions of race. ( H Spencer)
  • For man is man and master of his own fate. (A L Tennyson)
  • Common sense is not so common. (Voltaire)
  • Simple solutions seldom are. It takes a very unusual mind to undertake anlysis of the obvious. (A N Whitehead)
  • You cannot reate experience. You must undergo it. (A Camus)
  • The heart of a fool is in his mouth, but the mouth of a wise man is in his heart. (B Franklin)
  • Mind is the partial side of man; the heart is everything. (Rivarol)
  • Hope, of all ills men endure. The only cheap and universal cure. (A Cowley)
  • Nothing is more scandalous than a man who is proud of his humility. (Aurelius)
  • Always laugh when you can; It is cheap medicine. (Byron)
  • Humour is man’s greatest blessing. (M Twain)
  • Patience is concentrated strength. (Bulwer-Lytton)
  • Patience and fortitude conquer all things. (Emerson)
  • Patience is the art of hoping. (Vanvenargues)
  • No man is such a conqueror as the man who has defeated himself. (H W Beecher)
  • Knowing others is intelligence; knowing yourself is true wisdom. (Lao Tse)
  • There is no greater delighet than to be concious of sincerity on self-examination. (Mencius)
  • No one can make you feel inferior without your consent. (E Roosevelt)
  • One must be poor to know the luxury of giving. (G Eliot)
  • To generous souls, every task is noble. (Euripedes)
  • The hands that help are holier than the lips that pray. (R G Ingersoll)