“But he that saveth his life shall lose it, and he that loseth his life in loving service finds it returning to him great and glorious.”
“We find happiness in our work, not outside of our work. If we cannot find happiness in our work, we have the wrong job ... To work at the things you love, or for those you love, is to turn work into play and duty into privilege. When we love our work, it is not work, it is life.”
“Learn that the gambler never owns his winnings ... We only own what we have rendered definite service to bound. The owning is in the understanding of values.”
“To me that is one of the great arguments for eternal life - how slowly I learn, and how much there is to learn. It will take an eternity!”
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