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There is not a poor person in the United States who was not made poor by his own shortcomings, or by the shortcomings of someone else. It is all wrong to be poor, anyhow.
Your diamonds are not in far distant mountains or in yonder seas; they are in your own backyard, if you but dig for them.
A man is not really a true man until he owns his own home, and they that own their homes are made more honorable and honest and pure, true and economical and careful, by owning the home.
Love is the grandest thing on God's earth, but fortunate the lover who has plenty of money.
I say you ought to get rich, and it is your duty to get rich.... Money is power, and you ought to be reasonably ambitious to have it! You ought because you can do more good with it than you could without it.
I say that you ought to get rich, and it is our duty to get rich.
Greatness consists not in the holding of some future office, but really consists in doing great deeds with little means and the accomplishment of vast purposes from the private ranks of life.
Money is power, money is force, money will do good as harm. In the hands of good men and women it could accomplish, and it has accomplished, good.
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The art of being taught is the art of discovery, as the art of teaching is the art of assisting discovery to take place
Mark Van Doren
February 15, 1843
December 6, 1925
Russell Herman Conwell was an American Baptist minister, orator, philanthropist, lawyer, and writer.
Acres of Diamonds (1901)
Observation:--every man his own university (1917)
Acres of Diamonds by Russell H. Conwell
What you can do with your will power (1917)
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