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.
Never trust a man, who when left alone with a tea cosey... Doesn't try it on.
(November 24, 1942 - )
A great flame follows a little spark.
(May 21, 1265 - September 13, 1321)
He whose face gives no light, shall never become a star.