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Tryon Edwards - 1908 - 644 pages
|AIMS. ALCHEMY. conquered neighbors — this is robbery , the second by |
commerce, which is generally chesting ; the third by ... Cowley. AIMS.— (See "
Aspibatiok.") High aims form high characters, and great objects bring out great
|Put in your best. Have a clear vision, to fly high, to reach the stars. It doesn't |
matter, who you are today, what you are today or where you are today, but high
aims can bring out your great mind. High aims form high character and grand
|LESSON THIRTY-SEVEN. Having an Aim in Life. Aim — High aims form high |
characters, and great objects bring out great minds. — Tryon Edwards. Result
Desired — The thought aroused that it is good to try to know what is worthy and to
|High aims form high characters, and great objects bring out great minds. Let us |
not say "Every man is the architect of his own fortune," but let us say "Every man
is the architect of his own character." Work for your fraternity as you would for
|Every man must have an aim to achieve something in life. In the words of Prof. |
Tyron Edwards, “High aims form high character and great objects bring out great
minds”. Therefore, aim should be constructed on the basis of certain good criteria
Wendy Toliver - 2005 - 511 pages
|Great minds have purposes, others have wishes. — Washington Irving High aims |
form high character, and great objects bring out great minds. — Tryon Edwards
When you are aspiring to the highest place, it is honorable to reach the second ...
|*J High aims form high characters and great objects bring out great minds. — |
Tryon Edwards. <F Imitation is the sincerest flattery. — Cotton. Low Wages,
Cause of Social Castes, Declares Bishop C. D. Williams. JRHOCIAL injustice will
|Mottoes in the LeGrand school room: "High aims form high characters and great |
objects bring out great minds." "Work as though you were to live forever; Live as
though you were to die tomorrow." Some pretty lead-pencils in the colors and
|The great city of Nineveh was said traditionally to have been at first a hamlet |
made up of the hovels of fishermen along the river. The ideogram .... HIGH aims
form high characters, and great objects bring out great minds.-- Tyron Edwards.
- 240 pages
|"High aims form high characters and great objects bring out great minds." -Tyron |
Edwards Last July, Lazy Susan opened its doors on Third Avenue at 62nd Street.
But to a town that sees more places come and go than most ever see, that ...