It is not so much what a person says, but what makes him say it.
Karl G. Maeser (1828 - 1901)
Contributed by: Zaady
I would rather lose my right arm than break my word of honor.
Youth demands recreation, and if it is not provided in high places, whey will seek it in low places.
No righteous rules, however rigid, are too stringent for me; I will live above them.
School is a drill for the battle of life. If you fail in the drill you will fail in the battle.
Be yourself, but always your better self.
No man shall be more exacting of me or my conduct than I am of myself.
Everyone of you, sooner or later, must stand at the forks of the road, and choose between personal interests and some principles of right.
Exhorting his students: Be faithful to the moral principles of your religion.
You can pray best when you feel most like praying, but you should pray most when you feel least like it.
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