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Deep Waters

Deep Waters

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Grow antennae, not horns.

If you keep on saying “Things are bad,” you have a good
chance of being a prophet.

Change yourself and your work will seem different.

Deep Waters and a Bubbling Brook
Deep Waters and a Bubbling Brook

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Growl all day and you’ll be dog-tired at night.

Two men looked through prison bars: one saw mud, the

other, stars.

You can’t hold a man down without staying down with

him.

Any person who is always feeling sorry for himself, should be.

People are usually down on what they are not up to.

I can alter my life by altering my attitude of mind.

The art of pleasing consists in being pleased.

It is impossible to grow in grace if we have hardening of the

attitudes.

Faultfnders never improve the world — they only make it
seem worse than it really is.

Imagined injuries are the hardest to heal.

It is not your position that makes you unhappy, it is your

disposition.

Hatred is a boomerang which is sure to hit you harder than
the one you threw it at.

There’s no difference between a stumbling block and a step-
ping-stone except in how you use them.

Life is ten percent what you make it and ninety percent
how you take it.

If one looks for faults in others, he will fnd them.

Good depends not on things but on the use we make of

things.

An optimist laughs to forget; a pessimist forgets to laugh.

The man who takes the world philosophically can never be
permanently beaten.

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