Thoughtful Quotes For Waparz
“The wise is ever seeking more wisdom meanwhile a fool believes he is wise and needs no further wisdom”
“The smallest act of kindness duly expressed is far better than that very great kindness intended”
“Till the end of the age, the strong will always rule over the weak just as the borrower will forever remain subjective to the lender”
“Once a supposedly divine vision degenerates to the level of a herculean task, it is actually an unholy ambition”
“When things are hardest you are at the edge of your harvest; it’s at the time of ones visitation that he becomes most upset with His God”
“Prayer is man calling upon God to influence things on his behalf: the place of prayer is the greatest place of influence”
“Everyday called ‘TODAY’ is beautiful if you know how to look at your day correctly”
“No journey ends at the bus station unless you have made the station your terminus”
“If you don’t enter God’s presence with thanksgiving, He may not take your call more so thanksgiving prevents the making of worthless demands”
“Faith is a heart-felt force expressed mainly by speaking; it is a commanding, driving and winning force”
“The difficulty you are facing in that endeavor does not mean that you are wrong, lack ideas or that you are stupid, it only means that success is still some distance away; keep moving”
“An overwhelming majority of the things that men do on the days and occasions they claimed to have really enjoyed themselves are the things that would get them very quickly and speedily to hell”
“He who knows not and knows not he knows not: he is a fool – shun him. He who knows not and knows he knows not: he is simple – teach him. He who knows and knows not he knows: he is asleep – wake him. He who knows and knows he knows: he is wise – follow him.”
We LEARNED about HONESTY and INTEGRITY – that the TRUTH matters… that you don’t take shortcuts or play by your own set of rules… and success doesn’t count unless you earn it fair and square.
Keep On Learning: A Lifelong Learner Is A Lifelong Winner.