The illusion that personal gain is made up of crushing others.
The tendency to worry about things thatcannot be changed or corrected.
Insisting that a thing is impossible because we cannot accomplish it
Refusing to set aside trivial preferences.
Neglecting development and refinement of the mind, and not acquiring the habit of reading and study.
Attempting to compel others to believe and live as we do
MARCUS TULLIUS CICERO (106 B.C.-43 B.C.)
Roman statesman and man of letters, Cicero was Rome's greatest orator and its most articulate philosopher. The last years of republican Rome are often referred to as the Age of Cicero.
Credit: Dr. Wayne Dyer
Chris & Dan
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|10/1 (2 days)||The 10th Annual Northeast L.E.A.N. Conference|
|10/1||Flag Raising Ceremony - Italian Heritage Month|
|10/2||"Praying Again for the First Time" Mini-Retreats with Virginia Collins-English|
|10/2 (2 days)||3rd Annual Shriners Hospitals for Children Radiothon|
|10/2||Fundraising Event at Friendly's to benefit The Margaret Oliver Ladue Foundation!|
|10/2||Free Program for Veterans|
|10/2||Line Dance Lessons & Dancing|
|10/2||Open Mic & Jam at the 410|