Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.
~ Theodore Roosevelt ~
We create our fate every day we live.
~ Henry Miller ~
We will either find a way, or make one.
~ Hannibal ~
What pulls the strings is the force hidden within;
there lies…the real man.
~ Marcus Aurelius ~
The older I get, the greater power
I seem to have to help the world;
I am like a snowball —
the further I am rolled,
the more I gain.
~ Susan B. Anthony ~
Most folks are about as happy
as they make up their minds to be.
~ Abraham Lincoln ~
We cannot all be masters.
~ William Shakespeare ~
I can’t write a book commensurate with Shakespeare,
but I can write a book by me.
~ Sir Walter Raleigh ~
Sometimes it is more important
to discover what one cannot do,
than what one can.
~ Lin Yutang ~
The simple heart that freely asks in love, obtains.
~ John Greenleaf Whittier ~
Faith is a sounder guide than reason.
Reason can only go so far,
but faith has no limits.
~ Blaise Pascal ~
The particular human chain we’re a part of
is central to our individual identity.
~ Elizabeth Stone ~
One’s friends are that part of the human race
with which one can be human.
~ George Santayana ~
Solitude is one thing and loneliness is another.
~ May Sarton ~
Call it a clan, call it a network,
call it a tribe, call it a family:
whatever you call it,
whoever you are,
you need one.
~ Jane Howard ~
Every charitable act is a stepping stone toward heaven.
~ Henry Ward Beecher ~
The greatest good you can do for another
is not just to share your riches,
but to reveal to him his own.
~ Benjamin Disraeli ~
You don’t live in a world all your own.
Your brothers are here, too.
~ Albert Schweitzer ~
He that is discontented in one place
will seldom be happy in another.
~ Aesop ~