Edmund Burke Si

However, we took him with exalted fidelity; We identify with him, like us, we are ridiculously proud of him, as if we ourselves had invented it sometime in inspiration.-Milan Kunder, in Immortality (Grove). The attitude is more important than the past, education, money, circumstances, and what others think, say or do. It is more important than appearance, talent, and skill. Presidential candidate might disagree with that approach. It can lead to success or failure a company, a church or a home.The remarkable thing is that every day We are in possibility to choose which attitude we will take action. We cannot change our past.

We cannot change the behavior of those around us. We cannot avoid the inevitable. Single rope which can press is that we have at our disposal, and that’s the attitude. -Charles Swindoll manners are more important than laws. Of those, in large part, depend on these. The law affects us here and there, from time to time.

Manners are what stirs us or calms, corrupts or purifies, exalts or downgrades, us brutalized or us refined thanks to its constant, continuous, uniform and insensitive, action as the air we breathe. -Edmund Burke Si, under a narrow questioning a possible jury is forced to admit that it has formed an opinion on a case, is considered unfit to participate in the process. No doubt that this is absurd. The mere fact of having a temporary printing based on the first data that have communicated you does not prove to be a partial referee, but that is only a stupid insensitive-G.K. Chesterton. Life is very simple. One does things. Almost all failing. Some give result. One does more things that give result. If you give very good results, others imitate them immediately. Then you do something else. The secret is to do something else.-Tom Peters democracy is the same as the movement: demonstrates walk, perfected walking, stated in their own progress.