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|"Either I will find a way, or I will make one." — Sir P. Sidney. "Energy will do |
anything that can be done in the world; no talents, no circumstances, no
opportunities will make a two-legged animal a man without it." — Goethe. "The
truest wisdom ...
|Jesus, as He thought of His cross—as He saw Himself flinging His life away in |
utter abandonment to the will of God—did ... Will. Either. Find. a. Way. or. Make.
One”. Two other sentences or mottoes have had a similar helpful and rousing
|1 here is a famous speech recorded of an old Norseman. "I believe neither in |
idols nor demons," he said. "I put my sole trust in my own strength of body and
soul." The ancient crest of a pickaxe, with the motto of: "Either I will find a way or
|"I put my sole trust in my own strength of body and soul." The ancient crest of a |
pickaxe with the motto of "Either I will find a way or make one" was an expression
of the same sturdy independence which to this day distinguishes the
|The ancient crest of a pickaxe with the motto of “Either I will find a way or make |
one,” was an expression of the same sturdy independence which to this day
distinguishes the descendants of the Northmen. Indeed nothing could be more ...
|You're Either Part of the Problem, Or You're Part of the Solution H. S. Reed ... and |
step on one landmine after the other—and in many cases, one mistake might be
all you're going to be able to get. ... After the second time you get caught stealing,
the only things you'll be able to steal from that point forward are doughnuts.
Richard Alan Krieger - 2002 - 344 pages
|Epictetus “It is the will that makes the action good or bad.” — Robert Herrick “|
Great souls have wills; feeble ones have only wishes.” — Chinese proverb “
Where there's a will, there's a way.” — Aesop “We will either find a way, or make
|You will be asked to accomplish things where you might not necessarily have the |
resources to accomplish a mission. You will be placed ... and our motto will be, '
Aut viam inveniam aut faciam,' which means, I will find a way, or I will make one.
... They were no longer students; at least not officially, they were either ensigns in
the United States Navy or second lieutenants in the United States Marine Corps.
|1 wish you may find a way of sending the inclosed to Mr. Forster, which I leave |
open for your lordship to read; and I have ... I know so little of the situation of your
affairs, that I must leave to yourself what is fit for you to do, as will most conduce
to the ... In one of my former, either to your lordship, or to somebody to show you, I
told that a part of the army would be about ... lordship, and I beg you would make
my compliments to his lordship, and I hope the king will soon thank him himself.
|I I have sent another copy of the inclosed to Mr. Forster by sea ; so it will be hard, |
if none of them come to his hands. ... In one of my former, either to your Lordship,
or to some body to shew you, I told, that a part of the army would be about
Dumbarton. ... Lordship, and I beg you may make my compliments to his Lordship
; and I hope the King will soon thank him himself. ... I wish you may find a way of
sending the inclosed to Mr. Forster, which I leave open for your Lordship to read ;
and I ...