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On May 24, 1965, a thirteen-and-a-half-foot boat quietly slipped out of the marina at Falmouth, Massachusetts. Its destination? ...
It's important to use your talents. But if that's the end of it, there is a disillusionment that sets in between the ages of 35 and 50. This is ...
Toward the end of his life, Albert Einstein removed the portraits of two scientists--Newton and Maxwell--from his wall and replaced them with portraits ...
The fame of great men should always be judged by the methods they employed to achieve it.
Here is a good searching question for a man to ask himself as he reviews his past life: Have I written in the snow? Will my life-work endure the lapse ...
We all want to be great, but we don't want folks to know we want to be great.
Raw ambition pours sand in the ministry gears and forces the machinery to produce an unholy product: human pride.
A striking mark of holy ambition is that it elevates Christ and not the ambitious striver.
I must face the painful possibility that my ambition may exceed my gifts.
The Christian who is ambitious to be a star disqualifies himself as a leader.
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