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He cross-examined his very wine when he had nothing else at hand.
I have no expectation that any man will read history aright who thinks that what was done in a remote age, by men whose names have resounded far, has any deeper sense than what he is doing today.
I work pretty hard for a sufficient living, and therefore – yes, I do well.
Lincoln bore down or anything he handled, mastering both the details and the principles.
Lincoln told a family friend that his father taught him to work, but never learned him to love it.
Nothing's work unless you'd rather be doing something else.
She handled it (her trade) with all the grace that belongs to mastery.
Dante subsumed everything, and so, in a sense, secularized nothing.
No matter what office LBJ assumed he lifted greater than when he found it.
It's hard luck always having to be a judge.
Only God can make the common sacred.
The horizon changes but the sun does not.
Duty was not untinged by ambition.
Robert Kennedy was inspired to take on organized crime by watching the landmark movie On the Waterfront.
As is the case with many adolescents, Lewis's increased command over over the things of the world brought with it a corresponding atrophy of the moral sense.
The president notices that when he takes off his coat to dig, people take more notice of the visual than they did his preceding remarks.
One good deed is more worth than a thousand brilliant theories. Let us not wait for large opportunities, or for a different kind of work, but do just the things we "find to do" day by day.
Public servants in this Europe often do their best when they stop caring about whether they'll be fired.
He must become an apprentice to ordinary life.
If you can't give it all you've got, don't bother.
I carry too much of the week into the Sabbath, and too little of the Sabbath into the week. John Quincy Adams
It is one thing doing what you love for a living. It is another thing doing what you love with love
The horizons of man are incomparably narrower than that of the land on which he toils. Editor of the Nebraska journal
Do what you are doing. Monastic motto
We are not called upon to do all the good that is possible, but only that which we can do.
The tailor put on the girdle, and resolved to go forth into the world, because he thought his workshop was too small for his valor.
Old fighters keep making comebacks. We are more alive when boxing than at almost any other time.
Pay attention to what you wish you were doing when you're doing something else.
He was one of the fortunate few for whom there simply was no discernible line between work and play, between creation and recreation.
What if followers of Christ stopped looking for work in places where the MOST number of Christians Christians lived and started looking for work places where the LEAST Christians lived?
I believe the road to preeminent success in any line is to make yourself master IN THAT LINE. I have no faith in the policy of scattering one's resources. Andrew Carnegie
How much does a man's effort depend upon the age in which his work is cast? Pope Clement VII
Indifference destroys vocation unlike any other intangible force, for the reason that it shakes the very core of our motivation for doing what we do.
He wasn't an especially charismatic or commanding individual, but what he lacked in personality he emphatically made up for in diligence.
The percentage of people qualifying for federal disability benefits because they are unable to work rose from 0.7 percent of the size of the labor force in 1960 to 5.3% in 2010.
God allows man to learn His supernatural ends, but the decision to strive towards an end, the choice of course, is left to man's free will. God does not redeem man against his will.
Toughened or coarsened by their worldly lives, the other dissenters could shrug and move on, but Souter couldn't. His whole life was being a judge.
It’s natural that self-discovery is a lifelong, ever-shifting process, and that what you are drawn to will likely change at various points in your life.
When he studied, it was not so much for a promotion as to EXCEL at his job.
A husband's work as provider will be so difficult that it can only be fulfilled in the power of the Spirit and a transformed life.
He saw the pleasure you took from your job every day of his life, and THAT was what he wanted.
I choose me bristles with prideYes, I doA broom for the shaftAnd a broom for the flumeThough I'm covered with soot From me 'ead to me toesA sweep knows 'e's welcomeWherever 'e goes
The voice of Jacob will do a little good if the hands be the hands of Essau.
The author says that theologian operates with windows open to the interest of the world, but also with a skylight that allows full awareness of prayer.
It is in the stormiest skies that eagles find their true calling.
The extraneous duties, in a sense, were the job.
You couldn't allow yourself to get bored. THAT would be a fight.
For each one of us, there is only one thing necessary: to fulfill our own destiny, according to God's will, to be what God wants us to be.
All professions have some element of theater to them.
Hughes might discuss Calvinism ably, but he did not live it, he was—by Time corporate standards—just a little lazy.