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|“Be true to your work, your word, and your friend.” MISATTRIBUTION: correct |
attribution is the poet, novelist, and editor John Boyle O'Reilly (1844–1890),
although the words from his poem “Rules of the Road” should more correctly be
|I thank you, God for sending your son that we might have eternal life. I celebrate |
the birth ... People go out of their way to find the perfect gift for friends and loved
ones. ... December 27 Be True Be true to your work, your word and your friend.
|Donald Hatcher. your people. It may not be comfortable, but it's necessary. That's |
why you're the chief and a leader. ... Conviction: maintain a realistic sense of your
purpose and role. ... Be true to your work, your word, and your friend. —Henry ...
|35) 36) “Be true to your work, your word, and your friend.” Henry David Thoreau, |
author and naturalist. (Be a man or woman of your word. Treat others fairly and
honestly. Be someone others can rely on. Back seventy-five years or so ago, ...
|“Be true to your work, your word and your friend.” Henry David Thoreau. “Your |
cares will fall away like the leaves of autumn.” John Muir, referencing the calming
, soothing effects of nature on the soul. (As we observe with awe the great beauty
|Declutter Your Life and Mind Theo Theobald, Cary L. Cooper ... If your workplace |
isn't ready for loud articulation yet, don't worry, it won't stop you going through
Wake up! It may just mean you ... 'Be true to your work, your word and your friend.
|The Simple Guide to Restart Your Life John M. A. Seeley. Useful questions: How |
have you broken your word? How have you justified breaking your ... your word
more often? “Be true to your work, your word, and your friend.” 40 Get Unstuck!
|Be true to your work, your word, and your friend. —Henry David Thoreau The |
right friends will encourage you to rise above. Psalm 37 says not to envy those
who do evil. They tend to communicate how much fun you'll be missing out on if
|The Lesson for Educators "Be true to your work, your word, and your friend." |
Educators would be wise to adapt the words of Henry David Thoreau and
professionally abide by the words: Be true to our work, our word, and our
|63 "Be true to your work, your word and your friend." 15, 229 "Be who you are |
and say what you feel because those who mind 15 "Be yourself. Everyone else is
already taken." 70 "Beautiful young people are acts of nature, but beautiful old ...