William Danforth (May 13, 1867 - April 16, 1941)
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I want you to start a crusade in you life - to dare to be your best.
I dare you, whoever you are, to share with others the fruits of your daring. Catch a passion for helping others, and a richer life will come back to you.
I am on a voyage of discovery. I search for those of you who will go on a great adventure . . . if you are one of those audacious few willing to dare and then to share . . . then come with me.
You have a four-fold life to live: a body, a brain, a heart and a soul . . . these are your living tools. To use and develop them is not a task. . . . It is a golden opportunity.
Our most valuable possessions are those which can be shared without lessening; those which when shared multiply. Our least valuable possessions are those which when divided are diminished.
Richard has ability and everyone could see that but he just didn't have enough of what we wanted.
We moved the ball extremely well through midfield today.
Obey the principles without being bound by them.