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A Quote by unknown on advice and success

If at first you don't succeed, you'll get a lot of free advice from folks who didn't succeed either.

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The harder you fall, the higher you bounce.

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A Quote by unknown on achievement and adversity

Adversity is the springboard to great achievement.

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A Quote by unknown on adversity

Every adversity has within it the seeds of an equivalent benefit.

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Source: Albert W. Daw Collection

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A Quote by unknown on angels, beginning, church, company, criticism, food, god, illness, imagination, knowledge, life, privilege, suffering, thankfulness, weakness, and words

Words of an Unknown Martin Handcart Company Pioneer. We suffered beyond anything you can imagine and many died of exposure and starvation, but did you ever hear a survivor of that company utter a word of criticism? Not one of that company ever apostatized or left the Church, because everyone of us came through with the absolute knowledge that God lives, for we became acquainted with him in our extremities. I have pulled my handcart when I was so weak and weary from illness and lack of food that I could hardly put one foot ahead of the other. I have looked ahead and seen a patch of sand or a hill slope and I have said, I can go only that far and there I must give up, for I cannot pull the load through it. I have gone on to that sand and when I reached it, the cart began pushing me. I have looked back many times to see who was pushing my cart, but my eyes saw no one. I knew then that the angels of God were there. Was I sorry that I chose to come by handcart? No. Neither then nor any minute of my life since. The price we paid to become acquainted with God was a privilege to pay, and I am thankful that I was privileged to come in the Martin Handcart Company.

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Source: Relief Society Magazine, January 1948, p. 8.

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A Quote by unknown on advertising, day, dreams, good, men, trade, and wives

When trade grew slack, and notes fell due, The merchant's face grew long and blue; His dreams were troubled through the night With sheriff bailiffs all in sight. At this his wife unto him said "Rise up at once, get out of bed, And get your paper, ink, and pen, And advertise to all good men." He did as his good wife advised, And in the papers advertised. Crowds came and bought of all he had; His notes were paid, his dreams were glad; And he will tell you to this day, How well did printer's ink repay.

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A Quote by unknown on needs

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Anything adjustable will sooner or later need adjustment.

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A Quote by unknown on admiration, love, and tolerance

In some respects it is better to be admired by those with whom you live than to be loved by them, because admiration is more tolerant.

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If you are willing to admit when you are wrong, you are right.

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A Quote by unknown on understanding

Man to Lighthouse Keeper: I don't understand. The horns sound and the lights flash but the fog still comes.

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Source: notes

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