THE PURPOSE OF THIS WRITING is to remind us that there has been wonderful people who have gathered knowledge, experience, and wisdom so profound that even after decades, centuries, and millenniums after they left this world, their vivacity remains. Those with open mind will read ~not as entertainment or to kill time~ but to go deep in the set of thoughts that encase valuable, insightful knowledge to reflect on and to benefit from.
These are the thoughts he left us with:
"I do not know if there is a God, but if there is none, we need one like God in the Bible."
"There will be new life to folks with a tender heart. Death to those with a loveless one."
"God provided love between a man and a woman as a canvas.
It is up to the man to paint on that canvas with his imagination."
"Often, a doctor's job is to entertain the patient until Mother Nature does her job."
"Those who make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities."
"It is dangerous to be right when Police Officers are wrong."
This was his deepest conviction:
"Never... Never Ever... give up or surrender! Except
to convictions of correctness and honorableness."
"Success may be achieved if one walks from failure
to failure with no loss of enthusiasm."
This is what he wants us to remember:
"No legacy is so rich as honesty."
"Love all, trust a few, do wrong to none."
"Hell is empty and all the devils are here."
"If good music is the food of love, play on."
"Champions are neither athletes nor race winners. Champions are
the ones who get themselves out there and fight for what is right."
This is what he wanted us to remember of him:
"We may acquire wisdom through three ways: by reflection which is the noblest;
by imitation which is the easiest; by experience which is a bitter way to learn."
"Our greatest glory is not to never fall down, but in rising every time we do."
"It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop going."
"Beauty is everywhere, but only a few can see it."
This is his wisdom:
"The foundation of a Nation is determined on how they raise their youngsters."
This is the wisdom of another great man:
"Make a habit of two things: help others or at least do not detrimentaly affect their lives."
"There are in fact two things: Science and Opinion. The former begets knowledge. The latter promotes ignorance.
This is a sample of his erudition:
"Education is not to fill a vessel. Education is to spark a flame."
"Wisdom begins when one starts to wonder."
These were his convictions:
"Excellence is not an accident. It is high intent, sincere effort, intelligent execution."
"Our problem is not that we aim high and miss. It is that we aim too low and hit."
"What is the essence of life? To serve others and to do what is right."
"We are what we do repeatedly. Therefore, excellence is not an act but a habit."
"Few things in life are more frieghtening than ignorance in action."
"Our behavior and words are mirrors showing an image of who we are."
there are more thoughts that wonderful people left
behind for the judicious to be enlighten from them.