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|“Great effort springs naturally from great attitude.” —Pat Riley Have you ever |
noticed that people possessing a positive attitude always seem to get more done
than those who spend their days complaining? It is so much easier to accomplish
|Pope, Alexander Always keep that happy attitude. Pretend that you are holding a |
beautiful fragrant bouquet. - Pope, Candice M. You play the hand you're dealt. I
think the game's worthwhile. - Reeve, Christopher Great effort springs naturally ...
|New Webster's Dictionary of the English Language states; • Attitude- “Posture or |
position of a person; manner, emotion, or actions toward an object or person.” “
Attitude is more ... Hans Selye “Great effort springs naturally from a great attitude.
|POSITIVE MIND, HEALTHY HEART DAY “Attitude is a little thing that makes a big |
difference.” —WINSTON CHURCHILL, PRIME MINISTER OF GREAT BRITAIN
DAY “Great effort springs naturally from great attitude.” —PAT RILEY ...
|of artistic activiry'; it is 'woven without conscious effort, just as poetry should |
spring naturally and inevitably from deep wells of being'." Partly the poem may be
... of others with an ethically unsparing attitude towards the self. Indeed, it is
|The book appeared in September of that year and the outcry that followed its publication forced the banning of DDT and spurred revolutionary changes in the laws affecting our air, land, and water.|
|Personally, I wanted to understand our British allies, and give them credit for their |
great effort in the war that they were waging ... the American soldiers, swarmed
over their fair island, portraying an attitude of superiority that the English naturally
1997 - 300 pages
|The first might be called the Daniel Boone attitude in Charles Lindbergh and Hart |
Crane, the desire to step out alone beyond the noise of ... be done, enjoying the
meshing of effort and the accomplishment of many hands and purposes all
directed to one end, as in the assembly line, ... It was the cooperative instinct, the
husking-bee instinct, which worked in the great natural disasters of the period:
the Florida hurricane of September, 1926, and the Mississippi flood of the spring
|Indeed, attitudes have been shown to predict behavior toward a diverse range of |
objects. ... In fact, attitudes sometimes appear to have negligible influence on
thought and behavior. ... And indeed, great strides have been made in this effort.
... attitude question) can also reveal something about the strength of peoples'
attitudes: attitudes that spring to mind and can be expressed quickly tend to be
James Hastings - 1911
|The hand is the bodily organ for receiving things; it is naturally adapted for that |
purpose. ... This is the great tap-root out of which spring the sanctified life, the full
assurance of faith, the peace that passeth ... suspicions, and that until you can get
his confidence, all your well-meant efforts will fail ; and it is just so between man
and God. The natural attitude of sinful man towards a holy God is one of