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telicat77: These are also in the previous book I collected the other wise sayings from. I'll put it in my blog also.

SAFE PRINCIPLES AND RULES

1. Remember that time is gold.

2. True intelligence is always modest.

3. Never covet what is not your own.

4. Don't cultivate a sense of over-smartness.

5. A man of honor respects his word as he does his note.

6. Shun lawsuits, and never take money risks that you can avoid.

7. Endeavor to be perfect in the calling in which you are engaged.

8. Keep your eyes on small expenses. Small leaks sink a great ship.

9. Keep your health good by adopting regular and steady habits.

10. Never forget a favor, for ingratitude is the basest trait of a man's mean character.

11. Remember that the rich are generally plain, while rogues dress well and talk smoothly.
12. Remember that steady, earnest effort alone leads to wealth and high position.

13. Never be afraid to say no. Every successful man must have the backbone to assert his rights.

14. Avoid the tricks of trade; be honest, and never misrepresent an article that you desire to sell.

15. The only safe rule is, never to allow a single year to pass by without laying up something for the future.

16. Remember that trickery, cheating and indolence are never found as attributes of a thrifty and progressive man.

17. Do not be ashamed of hard work. Work for the best salary or wages you can get, but work for anything rather than to be idle.

18. Be not ashamed to work, for it is one of the conditions of our existence. There is no criminal who does not owe his crime to some idle hour.

19. To industry and economy add self-reliance. Do not take too much advice, think for yourself. Independence will add vigor and inspiration to your labors.


GOOD BUSINESS MAXIMS.

1. Goods well bought are half sold.

2. Write a good, plain, legible hand.

3. Keep your word as good as a bank.

4. Goods in store are better than bad debts.

5. Never refuse a choice when you can get it.

6. Never take any chances on another man's game.

7. Never sign a paper without first reading it carefully.

8. Never gamble or take chances on the Board of Trade.

9. Remember that an honest man is the noblest work of God

10. Your first ambition should be the acquisition of knowledge pertaining to your business.

11. Of two investments, choose that which will best promote your regular business.

12. By prosecuting a useful business energetically, humanity is benefited.

13. Keep accurate accounts, and know the exact condition of your affairs.

14. Be economical; a gain usually requires expense; what is saved is clear.

15. Endeavor to be perfect in the calling in which you are engaged.

16. Never fail to meet a business engagement, however irksome it may be at that moment.

17. Never sign a paper for a stranger. Think nothing insignificant which has a bearing upon your success.

18. Avoid litigation as much as possible, study for yourself the theory of commercial law, and be your own lawyer.

19. Undertake no business without mature reflection, and confine your capital closely to the business you "have established.

20. Lead a regular life, avoid display, and choose your associates discreetly, and prefer the society of men of your own type.

21. Be affable, polite, and obliging to everybody; avoid discussions, anger, and pettishness; interfere with no disputes the creation of others.

22. Never misrepresent, falsify, or deceive; have one rule of moral life, never swerve from it. whatever may be the acts or opinions of other men

23. Make no investments without a full acquaintance with their nature and condition; and select such investments as have intrinsic value.

24. Never run down a neighbor's property or goods and praise up your own. It is a mark of low breeding, and will gain you nothing.

25. Above all things, acquire a good, correct epistolary style, for you are judged by the business world according to the character, expression, and style of your letters.

26. During business hours attend to nothing but business, but be prompt in responding to all communications, and never suffer a letter to remain without an answer.

27. Never form the habit of talking about your neighbors, or repeating things that you hear others say. You will avoid much unpleasantness, and sometimes serious difficulties.

28. Finally, examine carefully every detail of your business. Be prompt in everything. Take time to consider, and then decide positively. Dare to go forward. Bear troubles patiently. Be brave in the struggle of life. Maintain your integrity as a sacred thing. Never tell business lies. Make no useless acquaintances. Never appear something more than you are. Pay your debts promptly. Shun strong liquor. Employ our time well. Never be discouraged. Then work hard and you will succeed.



GENIUS, CAPITAL, SKILL, LABOR

Here is a comparative table of genius, capital, skill and labor, on the mutual basis of the almighty dollar.

Genius. The power that enabled Tennyson to take a piece of paper and make it worth sixty-five thousand dollars by writing a poem on it.

Capital. The ability to write a few words on a sheet
of paper and make it worth five million dollars, as a Vanderbilt can do.

Skill. The ability to take twenty-five cents! worth of steel and make it into watch-springs worth fourteen thousand dollars, as a mechanic can do.

Labor. The act of working ten hours a day and shoveling three or four tons of earth for $1.50, as the ditcher does.
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telicat77: The Gospel of Sunshine. Has a Bible verse about "light" for every day of the year. See the rest in my blog.
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telicat77: I have some amazing wise sayings in my blog, here is a sample

TO SCHOLARSHIP IS FINE; BUT IT DOES NOT ATONE FOR ILL BREEDING

DO YOU WISH MEN TO SPEAK WELL OF YOU THEN NEVER SPEAK WELL OF YOURSELF

NOT WHAT COMES INTO A MAN'S HAND, BUT WHAT

HE SAVES FROM SLIPPING THROUGH, ENRICHES HIM

IF LITTLE LABOR, LITTLE ARE OUR GAINS

MAN'S FORTUNES ARE ACCORDING TO HIS PAINS

POSSESSION IS NINE POINTS OF THE LAW

ALWAYS BE PUNCTUAL AT THE TIME APPOINTED

REST NOT, LIFE IS SWEEPING BY

GO AND DARE BEFORE YOU DIE

SHUN ALL TEMPTATIONS TO ILLICIT GAIN

CONSCIENCE AND WEALTH ARE NOT ALWAYS NEIGHBORS

THE DAY NEVER BECOMES BRIGHTER FINDING FAULT WITH THE SUN

SOME MEN ARE FRIGHTENED AT THEIR SINS OTHERS ARE HUMBLED, AND RUN FROM THEM

WHAT YOU DO NOT NEED DEAR AT A PENNY

A GOOD NAME IS BETTER THAN BAGS OF GOLD

THE EXCESSES OF YOUTH ARE DRAFTS ON OLD AGE
PAYABLE WITH DRAFTS THIRTY YEARS AFTER THE DATE

A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE

CONSTANT OCCUPATION PREVENTS TEMPTATION

DEPENDENCE IS A POOR TRADE TO FOLLOW

POLITENESS GOES FAR, YET COSTS NOTHING

BE THAT GOES A-BORROWING GOES A-SORROWING

MAKE HAY WHILE THE SUN SHINES

GOD HELPS THOSE THAT HELP THEMSELVES

WILFUL WASTE MAKES WOEFUL WANT

THE GREATEST WEALTH IS CONTENTMENT WITH LITTLE

SORROW WILL PAY NO DEBT

QUICK RETURNS MAKE RICH MERCHANTS

MIS-RECKONING IS NO PAYMENT

OUT OF DEBT, OUT OF DANGER

NOTHING VENTURED, NOTHING WON

EVERYTHING VENTURED, NOTHING HAD

THERE IS NO COMPASSION L1KE THE PENNY

NECESSITY IS THE MOTHER OF INVENTION

DEPEND NOT ON FORTUNE BUT ON CONDUCT

LEARN TO LIVE, AND LIVE TO LEARN

LICENSE IS ONE THING, LIBERTY ANOTHER

EVERY DAY 1S A LITTLE LIFE

PHILOSOPHER'S STONE: PAY AS YOU GO

FORTUNE OFTEN LEADS TO FOLLY

CHARACTER IS NOT INSURABLE

LUCK IS AN IGNIS FATUUS

POUND OF CARE WILL NOT PAY AN OUNCE OF DEBT

TOO LATE TO SPARE WHEN ALL IS SPENT

EVERY DONKEY LOVES TO HEAR HIMSELF BRAY

GROWTH IS BETTER THAN PERMANENCE

PERMANENT GROWTH IS BETTER THAN ALL

IF YOU WANT A THING WELL DONE, DO IT FOR YOURSELF

BETTER SET TEN MEN TO WORK THAN TO DO TEN MEN'S WORK

ONE THING AT A TIME

ALWAYS PAY A HUNDRED CENTS ON THE DOLLAR

PADDLE YOUR OWN CANOE

EVERY MAN'S LIFE A PLAN OF GOD

A MAN GETS ONLY WHAT HE EARNS

ETERNAL VIGILANCE IS THE PRICE OF SUCCESS

MAKE YOURSELF INDISPENSABLE

TIME AND TIDE WAIT FOR NO MAN

TAKE TIME BY THE FORELOCK

GIVE NO ADVICE WITHOUT BEING ASKED

IF ANYBODY EVER DID IT, I CAN DO IT

ALWAYS IN HASTE, BUT NEVER IN A HURRY

KNOW EVERYTHING OF SOMETHING, KNOW SOMETHING OF EVERYTHING

NO SUCH WORD AS FAIL

WORTH IS NOT TAILOR-MADE

SUNSHINE IN THE HEART KEEPS WRINKLES OUT OF THE FACE

HAVE A WORK. AIM AT IT, HIT IT

SHOT AT VENTURE NEVER HIT

EVERY MAN FOR THE GOOD OF ALL

OF TWO EVILS CHOOSE NEITHER

ABSTAIN FROM EVERY FORM OF EVIL

FOR WEALTH IS SELLING ONE'S LIBERTY

BEGIN EVERYTHING AT THE RIGHT END

RUST ROTS THAT WHICH USE PRESERVES

SAY NOT "'TIS IMPOSSIBLE’”

BE NOT SLOTHFUL IN BUSINESS

BEAR YE ONE ANOTHER'S BURDENS

BE NOT DISTURBED ABOUT TRIFLES

LET ALL YOUR THINGS HAVE THEIR PLACES

LET EACH PART OF YOUR BUSINESS HAVE ITS TIME

RESOLVE TO PERFORM WHAT YOU OUGHT

PERFORM WITHOUT FAIL WHAT YOU RESOLVE

OMIT NOT THE BENEFITS THAT ARE YOUR DUTY

AVOID EXTREMES, FORBEAR RESENTING INJURIES

THE MAN WHO IS IN DEBT CARRIES A WORLD OF TROUBLE

WATER SEEKS ITS LEVEL, SO DO BRAINS

NOTHING DECEIVES LIKE DISHONEST FIGURES

DO GOOD UNTO ALL MEN

BE SURE YOU CAN OBEY GOOD LAWS

BEFORE YOU TRY TO ALTER POOR ONES

NO SECRET OF SUCCESS BUT WORK

FEW MEN CAN ENDURE GREAT SUCCESS

GREAT SUCCESS TURNS MOST MEN'S HEADS

HAVE ONE GOOD BUSINESS AND STICK TO IT

CONTENTMENT IS GETTER THAN RICHES

WHAT MAN HAS DONE MAN CAN DO

DOE YE NEXTE THYNGR

NEVER GIVE UP ONE JOB UNTIL YOU GET ANOTHER

STICK TO YOUR FRIENDS IN ADVERSITY

ALL MEN ARE EQUAL, IF UPRIGHT AND HONEST

ETERNITY HAS NO GRAY HAIRS

NOW IS THE DAY, AND NOW IS THE HOUR

MANY A LITTLE MAKES A NICKLE

ORDER IS HEAVEN'SFIRST LAW

BETTER TO DESERVE SUCCESS THAN TO BAVS IT

FAITHFUL IN LEAST, FAITHFUL IN MUCH

MAKE EVERY ARTICLE RELIABLE

TRUST IN GOD AND KEEP TOUR POWDER DRY

THE TRUTH WILL OUT

DISHONEST MEN CONCEAL THEIR FAULTS, HONEST MEN KNOW AND CONFESS THEM

GAMBLING IS AS FASCINATING AS A RATTLESNAKE

THROW DICE, BUT THROW THEM AWAY

A FOOL AND HIS MONEY ARE SOON PARTED

ALWAYS READ BEFORE SIGNING

AN IDLE BRAIN BREEDS IDLE THOUGHTS

PERSEVERANCE CONQUERS ALL THINGS

BEWARE OF STRANGERS WHO OFFER YOU GREAT INDUCEMENTS. BEWARE! BEWARE!! BEWARE!!!

SPARE MOMENTS ARE THE GOLD DUST OF TIME

WORK AND VOTE AS YOU TALK AND PRAY

COUNT THE DA Y LOST WHOSE LOW DESCENDING SEES
VIEWS FROM THY HAND NO WORTHY ACTION DONE

DON'T TRY TO GET SOMETHING FOE NOTHING

STEADY APPLICATION, "PEGGING AT IT "

TOIL AND HOPE IN EARLY LIFE

EVERY TUB MUST STAND ON ITS OWN BOTTOM

HONOR AND PROFIT ARE NOT ALWAYS IN THE SAME SACK

THERE IS ALWAYS WORK FOR SKILLED HANDS

TO HIM THAT HA'IH SHALL BE GIVEN

"THERE ARE TOO MANY DOGS," SAID A CUR, "NOT TOO MANY GOOD ONES," REPLIED A SETTER

THE HEARTS THAT DARE ARE QUICK TO FEEL

FATHER TIME ISSUES NO LETTERS OF CREDIT

GOOD NATURE IS THE BEAUTY OF THE MIND

LOOK ON THE BRIGHT SIDE, OR POLISH UP THE DARK ONE

A THOUGHT AT THE START SA VES A GROAN AT THE END

WHO COMES LATE STAYS HALF AT HOME

FAITHLESS TO HOMESPUN, DISLOYAL TO BROADCLOTH

PULLING ANOTHER DOWN MEANS GETTING BELOW HIM

HAPPINESS SHINES IN ALL WEATHER

THINK OUT TOUR WORK, WORK OUT YOUR THOUGHTS

LOOSE LAW AT HOME MEANS LYNCH LAW ABROAD

A COURTESY POSTPONED IS A JOY DETHRONED

A CORN-COB STOPPER DON'T HURT MILK IN A JUG

BETTER SAW WOOD WELL THAN PLEAD LAW POORLY

NO PAINS, NO GAINS

MANY A SLIP BETWEEN THE CUP AND THE LIP

HARD LABOR PREVENTS HARD LUCK

DIRT IS DIRTIEST UPON THE FAIREST SPOTS

"NOW" IS ON THE BANNER OF THE PRUDENT

FRICTION WEARS OUT MACHINERY

WORRY NOT WORK, USES UP MEN

MAN DESIRES LONG LIFE BUT NO MANY WOULD BE OLD

A FAT KITCHEN MAKES A LEAN WILL

RUNNING AFTER A SHADOW IS A WEARISOME RACE

CONTENTMENT MAKES THE POOREST MAN RICH

DISCONTENT MAKES THE MILLIONAIRE POOR

NEVER QUIT CERTAINTY FOR HOPE

LITTLE AND OFTEN FILLS THE PURSE

HOW TO FIND THE NUMBER OF COMMON BRICKS IN

A WALL OR BUILDING

THOUGHT IS MORTAR; DEEDS ARE STONE

TO BE AN HONEST MAN IS THE MASTER CRAFT

NEVER PROMISE WHAT YOU CANNOT FULFIL

ILL GOTTEN GOODS SELDOM PROSPER

THE EARLY BIRD CATCHES THE WORM

THE EARLY WORM IS A VICTIM OF THE EARLY BIRD

SH1NE AS LIGHTS IN THE DARK

BUT DO NOT PUT THE CANDLE IN A DRAUGHT

A BUSINESS WILL RUN ITSELF ONLY ONE WAY
GRAVITY IS ALWAS DOWNWARD

BETWEEN IDLENESS AND OVERWORK LIES THE

FIGURES DON’T LIE IF LIARS DON’T FIGURE

I CAN PUMP ANY TUNE THE ORGANIST CAN PLAY

THE MOUNTAIN OF SUCCESS DOES NOT COME TO US
WE MUST GO TO IT STEP BY STEP

WOULD YOU LIVE LONG WORK HARD

LITTLE STROKES FELL LARGE OAKS

HE THAT WOULD THRIVE MUST RISE AT FIVE

MAN, KNOW THY WORK AND DO IT

IF NO WEALES, TRY AN OIL WELL

THE STAGE ROUTE IS STOPPED, STRIKE FOR THE CARS

A YOUNG MAN IDLE -- AN OLD MAN NEEDY

ONLY THE ACTIVE CAN HOPE TO SHINE

BICYCLE RIDERS MOVE OR FALL

DOIING NOTHING IS NEXT NEIGHBOR TO DOING WRONG

A ROCKING-HORSE MAKES MOTION, BUT NO PROGRESS

THE RICH REPROVE THE POOR FOR IDLENESS

DO NOT WAIT FOR SOMETHING TO TURN UP

THOSE WHO DO, ARE LIKELY TO TURN UP IN JAIL

NO ONE WAS EVER LOST ON A STRAIGHT ROAD

CHEERFULNESS IS A DUTY WE OWE TO OTHERS

THE ASS BRATS AT THE DOG FOR BARKING

A WOODEN POT CANNOT OFTEN BE PUT ON THE FIRS.

STEALING TIME MAY BE WORSE THAN STEALING MONEY

BETTER A DONKEY THAT CARRIES YOU THAN A HORSE THAT THROWS YOU

TALKING PAYS NO TOLL.

TREAD ON HOT COALS AND YOUR FEET WILL BE BURNED

A MEAN ACT WILL SOON RECOIL

A PLACE FOR EVERYTHING

TREAT WITH MEN ABOUT BUSINESS AT FIT TIMES

A BOY IS BETTER UNBORN THAN UNTAUGHT

HE THAT GAEZETH THE CLOUDS SHALL NOT REAP

WHO LIES DOWN WITH DOGS RISES WITH FLEAS

TIME TO A BUSINESS MAN IS MONEY

BE PROMPT TO ADMIT AND RECTIFY A WRONG

HE THAT LOVETH WINE AND OIL SHALL NOT BE RICH

JUMP WHILE THE WAVE IS ON THE SWELL

TALL OAKS FROM LITTLE ACORNS GROW

DO THE DUTY THAT LIES NEAREST THEE

IT IS EASY TO BE NOTHING

HOPE FOR THE BEST BUT BE READY FOR THE WORST

THE TABLE ROBS MORE THAN THE THIEF

HIS PLENTY MADE HIM POOR

THEY LOSE THE WORLD WHO BUT IT WITH MUCH CAKE

BE NOT WISE IN THINE OWN EYES

THRIFT IS BLESSING, IF MEN STEAL IT NOT

TIS DEEDS MUST WIN THE PRIZE

THERE IS NO DARKNESS BUT IGNORANCE

TOO LIGHT WINNING MAKES THE PRIZE LIGHT

VIRTUE IS BOLD, AND GOODNESS NEVER FEARFUL

SWEET MERCY IS NOBILITY'S TRUE BADGE

THEY STUMBLE THAT RUN FAST

I WASTED TIME AND NOW DOTH TIME WASTE ME

A PURE CONSCIENCE MAY DEFY GOSSIP

THERE IS NO EDUCATION LIKE ADVERSITY

PLEASURE SHOULD FOLLOW BUSINESS

WHOEVER IS CONTENTED, HE IS RICH

NOT FAILURE, BUT LOW AIM IS CRIME

THOSE CAN CONQUER WHO THINK THEY CAN

FACTS AND FIGURES ARE STUBBORN THINGS

HIS PLENTY MADE HIM POOR

SUCCESS IS OFTEN A CAUSE OF FAILURE

A WELL LIGHTED LAMP MUST BE KEPT FILLED

MOXEY OFTEN MAKES THE MARE RUN AWAY WITH YOU

DO THAT FOR WHICH YOU ARE FITTED

A CHICKEN CANNOT SWIM WITH DUCKS

HUNGER TEACHES MANY THINGS

POVERTY IS THE MOTHER OF ALL ARTS

WISE DON'T WAIT FOR THE WAGON WHILE WALKING 1S GOOD

BET A STOUT HEART AGAINST A STIFF HILL

GOD EXPECTS YOU TO DO YOUR BEST

DO NOT HUNT PARTRIDGES WITH A BAND OF MUSIC

GOLDEN DEEDS MAKE GOLDEN DAYS

A DAY OF WORRY IS WORSE THAN A WEEK OF WORK

FONDNESS OF FAME IS AVARICE OF AIR

DELAYS HAVE DANGEROUS ENDS

EFFORT IS THE PRICE OF CONQUEST

A DAY MISSPENT IS LOST
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telicat77: Here is something I wrote a couple years ago. I have a lot of lists like this.

How Do We Remain in a Contrite Heart?

1 Realize it’s about us, no one else comes to mind
2 Remember how often we acted badly
3 Think of all dreams and plans in God’s will that did not come to pass
4 Think of what would have happened for His purpose and Kingdom if they had.
5 Realize often we went astray even when trying to do well – the need to be ever vigilant and watchful.
6 Realize its not truly pain to be in a contrite heart, it avoids pain
7 No other way can we learn to overcome the devil
8 It’s not required all the time but the more of it we have the more we can see truth and improve.
9 We can not grow deeply in the Word unless we have a humility before it to continue in it.
10 We cannot pray as we should if we are not contrite.
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telicat77: "A Man Sent from God: A Biography of Robert E. Speer," by W. Reginald Wheeler.

If people are complaining about the lack of good Christian role models today, all one has to do is keep in memory some of the best from the past. Robert Speer was such a man and this book gives an excellent testimony towards about him. This is the author's twelfth book, or thereabouts, so it's written in an excellent style.

It has an amazing work ethic section not to be missed. Here is a part of it, giving rules Robert Speer followed:

Not to be dilatory in commencing the day's main work.
Not to murmur at multitude of business or shortness of time, but to buy up time all around.
Not to groan when the letters are brought in; not even a murmur.
Not to magnify undertaken duties by seeming to suffer under them, but to treat all as liberties and gladnesses.
Not to call attention to crowded work or petty fatigues, or trivial experiences.
Before censuring anyone, obtain from God a real love for them. Be sure that you know, and that you allow all allowances which can be made. Otherwise how ineffective, how perhaps unintelligible, or perhaps provocative, your best meant censure may be.
Oh! how well doth it make for peace to be silent about others, not to believe everything without discernment, and not to go on easily telling things.
Not to seek praise, gratitude, or respect, or regard from superiors or equals on account of age or past service.
Not to feel any uneasiness when my advice or opinion is not ask or is set aside.
Never to let oneself be placed in favorable contrast with another.
To make no remarks from answers to which self-satisfaction is highest; talking of self; seeming singular; hungering for conversation to turn on oneself.
To seek no favor, no compassion: to deserve, not ask for tenderness.
To bear blame rather than share or transmit it.
To endure often, if one's innocence cannot be established without shame to another.
When credit for my own design or execution is given to another, not to be disturbed, but to give thanks.
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telicat77: spiritual love is like a snowball going down a hill, if you let it out unobstructed it gets bigger and bigger
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telicat77: I just wanted to tell you why I haven't been on here as much. I was in the Bible Talk room and I told Skywonder I couldn't chat I was busy. She then fired off three questions at me one after the other. I told her that I just said I couldn't chat. She said, "I beg your pardon?" and then unfriended me and blocked me from the from. I then fired off an angry statement to BringaBranga that I meant as much as a joke but I imagine she took it wrong. I need a break from Wireclub.
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telicat77: Nice to see you back again, Emily. We had another strong night in the prayer room last night with about 8 people.
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telicat77: No_Talking -- yes, not provoking the zombie in our neighbors is considering externally what they are capable of based on our actions, and of course we only want to encourage gratitude and friendliness towards ourselves.
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