A Quote by Ayn Rand on achievement, happiness, integrity, life, loyalty, pain, proof, and purpose

Achievement of your happiness is the only moral purpose of your life, and that happiness -not pain or mindless self-indulgence - is the proof of your moral integrity, since it is the proof and the result of your loyalty to the achievement of your values.

Ayn Rand (1905 - 1982)

Source: Atlas Shrugged, 1957

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A Quote by Arthur W. Newcomb on character, efficiency, employees, leadership, loyalty, men, and reflection

The character and qualifications of the leader are reflected in the men he selects, develops and gathers around him. Show me the leader and I will know his men. Show me the men and I will know their leader. Therefore, to have loyal, efficient employees-be a loyal and efficient employer.

Arthur W. Newcomb

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A Quote by Allan Cox on adversity, confidence, enthusiasm, good, loyalty, and reflection

Enthusiasm reflects confidence, spreads good cheers, raises morale, inspires associates, arouses loyalty, and laughs at adversity . . . it is beyond price.

Allan Cox

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A Quote by Alfred Armand Montapert on action, animals, difficulty, love, loyalty, and people

Animals are reliable, many full of love, true in their affections, predictable in their actions, grateful and loyal. Difficult standards for people to live up to.

Alfred Montapert (1906 -)

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A Quote by Abraham Lincoln on defense, government, loyalty, presidency, principles, war, and words

There is an important sense in which government is distinctive from administration. One is perpetual, the other is temporary and changeable. A man may be loyal to his government and yet oppose the particular principles and methods of administration. Attributed to Representative Abraham Lincoln. by W. T. Roche, address at Washington, Kansas, April 9, 1942: "These words were spoken by Lincoln, then a Congressman, in defense of his condemnation of President Polk for provoking the Mexican War."

Abraham Lincoln (1809 - 1865)

Source: Congressional Record, April 15, 1942, vol. 88, Appendix, p. A1493.

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