Readers Digest, 1997 M03 31 - 216 páginas
A collection of words of wisdom, wry witticisms, provocative opinions, and inspiring reflectionsfrom Benjamin Franklin to Colin Powell, Abraham Lincoln to Mother Teresa, Margaret Mead to Garrison Keillor. From one of the most popular features of Reader's Digest magazine.
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America beautiful become begins believe better BILL called CARL SANDBURG CHARLES child CLARK comes DAVID Democracy difference don't DOUG LARSON dreams easy everything face feel fool FRANK FRANKLIN freedom friends GEORGE give grow habit hand happiness hard HARRIS HARRY EMERSON FOSDICK heart HENRY hold hope human humor idea imagination important it's JAMES JOHN keep kind laugh leave less live look LOUIS MARK TWAIN marriage matter means memory mind mother nature never once opinion ourselves parents past PAUL person problem PROVERB QUOTABLE QUOTES RALPH WALDO EMERSON reason ROBERT secret sense side someone sometimes stand success talk tell thing THOMAS thought tree true truth turn wisdom wrong young