“Don't worry about genius and don't worry about not being clever, trust rather to hard work, perseverance, and determination. The best motto for a long march is don't grumble, plug on. You hold your future in your own hands, never waiver in this belief, don't swagger. The boy who swaggers - like a man who swaggers - has little else that he can do, he is a cheap jack crying his own paltry wares. It’s an empty tin that rattles most. Be honest, be loyal, be kind, and remember that the hardest thing to acquire is the faculty of being unselfish. As a quality, it is one of the finest attributes of manliness”.
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