He ceases to accuse others as the cause of his condition, and builds himself up in strong and noble thoughts; ceases to kick against circumstances, but begins to use them as aids to his more rapid progress, and as a means of discovering the hidden powers and possibilities within himself.
A man only begins to be a man when he ceases to whine and revile, and commences to search for the hidden justice which regulates his life.
Good thoughts and actions can never produce bad results; bad thoughts and actions can never produce good results.
Men are anxious to improve their circumstances, but are unwilling to improve themselves; they therefore remain bound.
Men do not attract that which they want, but that which they are.
Circumstance does not make the man; it reveals him to himself.