All men dream, but not equally. Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds, wake in the day to find that it was vanity: but the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act on their dreams with open eyes, to make them possibl
Our destiny changes with our thought we shall become what we wish to become, do what we wish to do, when our habitual thought corresponds with our desire.
All men who have achieved great things have been great dreamers.
It is just the little touches after the average man would quit that make the master's fame.
Wisdom is knowledge which has become a part of one's being.
Forests, lakes, and rivers, clouds and winds, stars and flowers, stupendous glaciers and crystal snowflakes every form of animate or inanimate existence, leaves its impress upon the soul of man.
The Universe is one great kindergarten for man. Everything that exists has brought with it its own peculiar lesson.
We win half the battle when we make up our minds to take the world as we find it, including the thorns.
Joyfulness keeps the heart and face young. A good laugh makes us better friends with ourselves and everybody around us.
The golden opportunity you are seeking is in yourself. It is not in your environment it is not in luck or chance, or the help of others it is in yourself alone.
The greatest thing a man can do in this world is to make the most possible out of the stuff that has been given him. This is success, and there is no other.
Whatever our creed, we feel that no good deed can by any possibility go unrewarded, no evil deed unpunished.
A will finds a way.
What a great discrepancy there is between men and the results they achieve! It is due to the difference in their power of calling together all the rays of their ability, and concentrating them upon one point
The size of your accomplishments, the quality of your achievement, will depend very largely on how big a man you see in yourself, what sort of image you get of your possible self, yourself at your best.
Achievement is not always success, while reputed failure often is. It is honest endeavor, persistent effort to do the best possible under any and all circumstances.
To many a man, and sometimes to a youth, there comes the opportunity to choose between honorable competence and tainted wealth. The young man who starts out to be poor and honorable, holds in his hand one of the strongest elements of success.
Analyzing what you haven't got as well as what you have is a necessary ingredient of a career.
Unless you are prepared yourself to profit by your chance, the opportunity will only make you ridiculous. A great occasion is valuable to you in proportion as you have educated yourself to make use of it.
Character is the indelible mark that determines the only true value of all people and all their work.
There can be no failure to a man who has not lost his courage, his character, his self respect, or his self-confidence. He is still a King.
The glow of satisfaction which follows the consciousness of doing our level best never comes to a human being from any other experience.
There can be no great courage where there is no confidence or assurance, and half the battle is in the conviction that we can do what we undertake.
No man fails who does his best.
There is no failure for the man who realizes his power, who never knows when he is beaten; there is no failure for the determined endeavor; the unconquerable will. There is no failure for the man who gets up every time he falls, who rebounds like a r