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|Hazlitt, William I'm not a self-made man. I cannot forget those who have sacrificed |
for me to get where I am today. - Hill, Jessie If your imagination leads you to
understand how quickly people grant your requests when those requests appeal
|The Last Shall Be First “I'm not a self-made man. I cannot forget those who have |
sacrificed for me to get where I am today.” —IEssIE HILL, cEo, ATIANTA LIFE
INSURANCE Often we see plaques on the walls in people's homes that read,
|S. B. Fuller Can't nothing make your life work if you are not the architect. Terry |
McMillan I'm not a self-made man. I cannot forget those who have sacrificed for
me to get where I am today. Jessie Hill Children could keep on the straight and ...
|I cannot allow that you make such a sacrifice. ... We must — try to forget. ... And in |
them, as though someone had turned it on within her brain, grew a searchlight
that fell upon him. ... You are not even going to ask me to make the choice I have
been trying, on the cross, to make all night. ... From the soft, vain, passionately
awakened woman he had held in his arms the night before emerged the inner
self we all ... No, Maryjo, I do not love you, because I am not capable to love any
|He is the treasurer of our church and has charge of the money for Dr. Hanson's |
work. ... Just ask for Mr. Adamson, Sr. I am so glad there is someone interested
enough to take the trouble to bring some ... It was not a good time for a
missionary meeting, anyway, but we could not get Dr. Hanson any other time. ...
young man, glowing in the fervor of his first sacrifice for Christ, and wondered, but
took the money and made a record of ... He could not forget that hat. ... I can't
explain to you, sir.
|Somehow those heathen in India would weigh on his soul and remind him of his |
lost crush hat until the money he had ... Sr. I am so glad there is someone
interested enough to take the trouble to bring some money. ... It was not a good
time for a missionary meeting any way, but we could not get Dr, Hanson any
other time. Good morning. I am glad you have called. ... pass through a store and
had seen the young gentleman trying on a high hat, and Frances' father was a
|My father is a very slight, short man, and, although healthy and vigorous, is not at |
all marked by unusual muscular ... One must have a great mass of muscle, but if it
is not given to him naturally he cannot acquire it by training without sacrificing to
... Now, in my case [had the muscles given me by nature, and all that was
required of me was to make them elastic, and .... The self-made man and the
favoured son of some fairy godmother shook hands right heartily, like the jolly-
|I do not doubt that you are like all the rest of your sex — more than ready to make |
a fool of any man who chooses to give you his love for a plaything — but you will
not make either ... But you have no right to speak so to me. I have forgotten a
great deal for you, but I cannot forget every thing. ... It would be a foolish self-
sacrifice that could only end by making him as wretched as it would make you ! ...
ejaculated the man, with so much emphasis that he made the bed tremble ; " I'm
glad of it.
|' transport M i chi _r/u n bore me from the harbor of 'on the very handsomest |
crocheted shawl that I A tall, gaunt woman, ' was quite at liberty to copy it, .... “I
have heard that he was a self-made man,” remarked Rhodora, by way of
|The good deed had been done; the sacrifice —already a painful sacrifice – had |
been made. Mrs. Payson was ... If we can't make her happy among us, I promise
that she shall leave the Home, if she wishes it, in six weeks' time. As to yourself ...