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A Quote by William Arthur Ward on day, generosity, and service

LOSE YOURSELF in generous service and every day can be a most unusual day, a triumphant day, an abundantly rewarding day!

William Arthur Ward

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A Quote by Willard C. Butcher on business, money, quality, and service

High premiums are being paid today not particularly for quality service or long-term building of a business but rather for making money quickly, getting rich, and getting out. And that's wrong.

Willard C. Butcher

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A Quote by W. G. Sibley on authority, crime, eternity, government, happiness, ideas, respect, revolution, service, truth, and world

All the wild ideas of unbalanced agitators the world over in their ignorant and pitiable quest for happiness through revolution, confiscation of property, and crime, cannot overthrow the eternal truth that the one route to happiness through property or government is over the broad and open highway of service. And service always means industry, thrift, respect for authority, and recognition of the rights of others.

W. G. Sibley

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A Quote by Virginia Crocheron Gildersleeve on ability, community, education, future, knowledge, past, service, and vision

The ability to think straight, some knowledge of the past, some vision of the future, some urge to fit that service into the well-being of the community--these are the most vital things that education must try to produce.

Virginia Crocheron Gildersleeve (1877 - 1965)

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A Quote by Vincent van Gogh on service

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How can I be useful, of what service can I be? There is something inside me, what can it be?

Vincent van Gogh (1853 - 1890)

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A Quote by Vaughn J. Featherstone on blessings, christianity, friendship, good, listening, opportunity, service, spirit, and weakness

My beloved young friends, determine to serve one another. Opportunities for Christian acts of service do not always come at convenient times. Listen to the spirit when your flesh is weak. For truly the Master said, "Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me" (Matt. 25:40). The blessings are tenfold when we do those good, kindly acts of Christian service when it is inopportune or not convenient.

Vaughn J. Featherstone (1931 -)

Source: © by Intellectual Reserve, Inc. Used by permission.

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A Quote by unknown on leadership, people, perception, and service

A wise leader remembers that people perceive service in their own terms.

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A Quote by unknown on appreciation, divinity, god, purpose, and service

Expressing thanks through acts of appreciation are the most divine, and the greatest of these is service - to God - and man - sincerely given, with an eye single to his divine purpose.

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Source: Albert W. Daw Collection

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A Quote by unknown on absence, argument, assumptions, congress, government, history, laws, power, and service

The Government contends . . . that the earliest Congresses enacted statutes that required the participation of state officials in the implementation of federal laws . . . we do not think the early statues imposing obligations on state courts imply a power of Congress to impress the state executive into its service. Indeed, it can be argued that the numerousness of these statutes, contrasted with the utter lack of statutes imposing obligations on the States' executive (notwithstanding the attractiveness of that course to Congress), suggests an assumed absence of such power. . . . To complete the historical record, we must note that there is not only an absence of executive commandeering statutes in the early Congress, but there is an absence of them in our later history as well, at least until very recent years.

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Source: U.S. Supreme Court, 1997, Printz v. United States

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A Quote by unknown on animals, family, garden, innocence, service, and suffering

I never suffer any of my family to kill those little innocent animals called striped snakes, for they do me much service in destroying grasshoppers and other troublesome insects. Toads are of essential service, especially in a garden, to eat up cabbage worms, caterpillars, etc.

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Source: Farmer's Almanac

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