William Mathews Famous Quotes & Sayings

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9 William Mathews Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

William Mathews Sayings: [A]s if it were not the masterful will which subjugates the forces of nature to [A]s if it were not the masterful will which subjugates the forces of nature to be the genii of the lamp ... that forces a life-thought into a pregnant word or phrase, and sends it ringing through the ages!
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William Mathews Sayings: So powerfully does fortune appear to sway the destinies of men, putting a silver spoon So powerfully does fortune appear to sway the destinies of men, putting a silver spoon into one man's mouth, and a wooden one into another's, that some of the most sagacious of men, as Cardinal Mazarin and Rothschild, seem to have been inclined to regard luck as the first element of worldly success; experience, sagacity, energy, and enterprise as nothing, if linked to an unlucky star.
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William Mathews Sayings: What a man does is the real test of what a man is. What a man does is the real test of what a man is.
William Mathews Sayings: The first law of success is concentration - to bed all the energies to one The first law of success is concentration - to bed all the energies to one point, and to go directly to that point, looking neither to the right nor the left.
William Mathews Sayings: No man ever sailed over exactly the same route that another sailed over before him; No man ever sailed over exactly the same route that another sailed over before him; every man who starts on the ocean of life arches his sails to an untried breeze.
William Mathews Sayings: Proverbs should be sold in pairs, a single one being but a half truth. Proverbs should be sold in pairs, a single one being but a half truth.
William Mathews Sayings: It cannot be too often repeated that it is not helps, but obstacles, not facilities, It cannot be too often repeated that it is not helps, but obstacles, not facilities, but difficulties that make men.
William Mathews Sayings: As with the acquisition, so with the use of money; they way in which a As with the acquisition, so with the use of money; they way in which a man spends it is often one of the surest tests of character.
William Mathews Sayings: In the world a man lives in his own age; in solitude in all ages. In the world a man lives in his own age; in solitude in all ages.