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|Og Mandino. Success, or failure, very often arrives on wings that seem |
mysterious to us. Dr. Marcus Bach ... Are there special traits or habits or
personality ingredients common to all successful people? Man has been seeking
|Amos, John R. Success is the person who year after year reaches the highest |
limits in his field. - Anderson, Sparky You are ... Ashe, Arthur Success, or failure,
very often arrives on wings that seem mysterious to us. - Bach, Dr. Marcus Many
|“I arrived about nine pm, just as it was starting to get dark. I never come in much |
before that when there is a production in progress as they often rehearse until
late. I saw the light on ... This tallied with what Dr Bradley had told us. Marlow was
still warm ... hours after death. I did not really see that Steadman could add much
more to what we already knew although I had already decided to follow up on
|It sf; ve high, and in dull) weather may often be heard, viliile on the wing, far |
beyond t e reach of the eye. At first there uairipezus something strange and
mysterious in b' s coining over to winter with us, and migrating agam at the first
appearance of sprmg, an never, or very rarely, staying to breed with us. One of
our celebrated ... the light, 318113 to rear thzir yoimg;' and that a. failure of
temperature and food causes them to follow the sun in autumn. Some think that
from the time a bird ...
|The very act of climbing has something ennobling in it, and the clearer air we |
breathe, the elevation to which we rise, all give ... There is something mysterious
in it too; for it shows us that at the very moment, when our state is in reality the
most .... If any man from small beginnings arrives at wealth, in a reasonable
course of time, the fact is hardly ever considered as ... whose idle wings seem
hardly strong enough to flutter it across the table, has often taken a weighty secret
on its back, ...
|Between the time that the grosbeak arrives on its nesting territory in Ohio in April |
and the time it leaves in September to fly to Mexico, the ... Birds pass us by,
mysterious and seemingly without effort; one day they appear and the next day
they are gone. ... Garbage that often comes along with modern human
settlements could lead to an increased population of ... He is the renowned artist
and I author of the extremely successful books The Sibley Guide to Birds and The
Sibley Guide to ...
|God works in mysterious ways His wonders to perform; He gives and He takes |
away. I followed what I felt was God's ... Spring arrived and permitted us to get
together more often. We enjoyed doing ... I can look back and see that God had
sealed my lips on this subject until the time was right. Had I spoken ... He
attended a very elite Presbyterian church in Pittsburgh where he was an usher.
As an usher, he ...
|Deke and I also tried and tried, even flashing our landing lights but no response|
—the crash is still a mystery. ... really mean. A tailor from town came out to the
base to measure us for our officer's uniforms. Until now we had always been ...
pump” fire extinguishers located in the barracks would make fine “weapons” and
so vigorous water fights often broke out. ... As soon as our beautiful new officers'
uniforms arrived and were hanging in the open closets it was agreed by all that
the water ...
|I couldn't help but notice the look of shock on Celeste's face as she struggled to |
breathe the saturated air. ... As we drove through this little community, I was
suddenly reminded of how often I had seen men and women from this area,
shopping in the stores in Richmond. ... age, the men looked very mysterious in
their beards and somber garb. ... We arrived at the hotel at about 3 p.m., and an
hour later the television reporter called to tell us that he and his cameraman were
waiting for us ...
|... they are surrounded, will ever probably be a mystery to us, but we may trace in |
this, as in numberless other instances, ... And how the living clouds on clouds
arise ; Infinite wings 1 till all the plume-dark air, And rude resounding shore are
one wild cry. ... but one favourite pigeon, called Napoleon, arrived about a
quarter before ten o'clock, having performed the distance ... generally appear
amongst us during the last week in March, while the following birds are not often
with us till from ...