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1. In the Hindu religion, one can[not] have freedom of speech. A Hindu must surrender his freedom of speech. He must act according to the Vedas. If the Vedas do not support the actions, instructions must be sought from the Smritis, and if the Smritis fail to provide any such instructions, he must follow in the footsteps of the great men. He is not supposed to reason. Hence, so long as you are in the Hindu religion, you cannot expect to have freedom of thought

2. Only when there are things a man will not do is he capable of doing great things.

3. What? A great man? I only ever see the ape of his own ideal.

4. A great chessplayer is not a great man, for he leaves the world as he found it.

5. Even great men bow before the Sun; it melts hubris into humility.

6. Mindful leaders know how to repeat success patterns and overcome failure patterns.

7. Fly you crows. My father was not a spectacle. He was the greatest man I ever knew. He was my everything.

8. You want to be great? Help others achieve their greatness

9. Great men do not play stage tricks with the doctrines of life and death: only little men do that.

10. You are a little boy. You want the moon to drink from as a golden cup; and so, it is very likely that you will become a great man — if only you remain a little child. All the world’sgreat have been little boys who wanted the moon; running and climbing, they sometimes catch a firefly. But if one grow to a man’s mind, that mind must see that it cannot have the moon and would not want it if it could — and so, it catches no fireflies.’ [Merlin]

11. Bill Gates wasn’t born rich but he wasn’t poor either even before he discovered Microsoft, he was just waiting for a connecting flight to the boulevards of greatness.

12. The big man in a small village is the big ship in a small lake! Let him sail to the vast oceans!

13. Any man who is good by heart is a great man!

14. If you want to feel the life and the body of great men who are long gone, go to their tombs or monuments; if you want to understand the real life and the wisdom of great men who are long gone, go to their libraries!

15. Palaces are for the little men not for the great men because great man is humble!
16. In the face of inhumanity, a good man reacts, but a great one acts

17. No man is a great man if he used violence to achieve his goals!

18. Greatness lies not in ruling a people, it lies in being the cause of happiness in their lives.

19. People told Henry Ford he couldn’t do it. People told Thomas Edison he couldn’t do it. People told Andrew Carnegie he couldn’t do it. People told Jesus Christ he couldn’t do it.
They all have in common they were told they couldn’t do it and they all have something else in common, they all did it!

20. There is no peace for great men

21. I have seen great men err and err greatly

22. A true leader is the one who leaves memorable footprints of nobility. A leader who is decisive enough and have all the guts to take bold and frank decisions regardless of the oppositions and the temporal adverse effect of such decision on the masses, knowing that in the end, the fruits of such decision will be sweeter enough to put joy on the faces of the masses and they shall remember such noble footprints and ponder in humility.

23. What a great man. There aren’t very many of them left. I can’t wait to see his other policies. Hope he’s the next Teddy Roosevelt!

24. We spend our lives fighting to get people very slightly less stupid than we are to accept truths that the great men have always known. They have always known, they have known for ten thousand years, that to lock a human being into solitary confinement can make a madman of him or an animal. They have always known that a poor man frightened of the police and his landlord is a slave. They have always known that frightened people are cruel. They have always known that violence breeds violence. And we know it. But do the great masses of the world know it? No. It is our job to tell them. Because the great men can’t be bothered. Their imaginations are already occupied with how to colonise Venus; they are already creating in their minds visions of a society full of free and noble human beings. Meanwhile, human beings are ten thousand years behind them, imprisoned in fear. The great men can’t be bothered. And they are right. Because they know we are here, the boulder-pushers. They know we will go on pushing the boulder up the lower slopes of an immensely high mountain, while they stand on the top of the mountain, already free. All our lives, you and I, we will use all our energies, all our talents, into pushng that boulder another inch up the mountain. And they rely on us and they are right; and that is why we are not useless after all.

25. A hero takes steps with the vision of bringing what is beyond the eyes of mere men into reality for them to come to a certain realization. A hero opens doors for the eyes of mere men to see things inside the closed doors and ponder, learn lessons and think of different actions! A hero faces challenges in an overcoming manner with a certain charisma that surpasses the understanding of mere men! To be a hero, one needs a certain gut! It is not as if heroes don’t hit the rock bottom, never! Heroes meet big problems, but big problems and challenges are what defines heroism, and even if heroes are unable to arrest and cripple all the challenges they meet, they must never be discredited for their awesome ingenuity that brought awe, became a yardstick, natured minds, provoked thoughts and caused the envy of mere men to shake, gave people reasons to reason, showed people the essence of life, cleared the path for people to take their journey, and epitomized true heroism! Heroes die after they have blazed the trail! Heroes retire after they have done something unique and unthinkable! Heroes are heroes, regardless of their slips or the big or small things they could never do as heroes, for most times heroes die as heroes whilst challenging the unthinkable challenges! Even if all people don’t see and acknowledge the heroism of a hero, heroes see, feel and understand what it really takes to be a hero! A hero is a hero! Don’t ever undermine heroism!

26. Most of the great men who converted their time to products although late are still making more impact in the world today than a greater percentage of people who are still alive.

27. A world without heroes is just an empty world! A world without heroes is just a world without great stories! There are heroes, and there are heroes! A hero takes steps with the vision of bringing what is beyond the eyes of mere men into reality for them to come to a certain realization. A hero opens doors for the eyes of mere men to see things inside the closed doors and ponder, learn lessons and think of different actions! A hero faces challenges in an overcoming manner with a certain charisma that surpasses the understanding of mere men! To be a hero, one needs a certain gut! It is not as if heroes don’t hit the rock bottom, never! Heroes meet big problems, but big problems and challenges are what define heroism, and even if heroes are unable to arrest and cripple all the challenges they meet, they must never be discredited for their awesome ingenuity that brought awe, became a yardstick, natured minds, provoked thoughts and caused the envy of mere men to shake, gave people reasons to reason, showed people the essence of life, cleared the path for people to take their journey, and epitomized true heroism! Heroes die after they have blazed the trail! Heroes retire after they have done something unique and unthinkable! Heroes are heroes, regardless of their slips or the big or small things they could never do as heroes, for most times heroes die as heroes whilst challenging the unthinkable challenges! Even if all people don’t see and acknowledge the heroism of a hero, heroes see, feel and understand what it really takes to be a hero! A hero is a hero! Don’t ever undermine heroism!

28. You and I, Ella, we are the failures. We spend our lives fighting to get people very slightly more stupid than ourselves to accept truths that the great men have always known. They have known for thousands of years that to lock a sick person into solitary confinement makes him worse. They have known for thousands of years that a poor man who is frightened of his landlord and of the police is a slave. They have known it. We know it. But do the great enlightened mass of the British people know it? No. It is our task, Ella, yours and mine, to tell them. Because the great men are too great to be bothered. They are already discovering how to colonise Venus and to irrigate the moon. That is what is important for our time. You and I are the boulder-pushers. All our lives, you and I, we’ll put all our energies, all our talents, into pushing a great boulder up a mountain. The boulder is the truth that the great men know by instinct, and the mountain is the stupidity of mankind. We push the boulder.

29. Few men want to achieve greatness for humanity, thought Jeffrey. What better person is there to work for?

30. Every great soul was inspired by another great soul.

31. Darkest times, great men evolve.

32. We are all capable of being great dreamers. We must awaken the divinity within us.

33. The boulder is the truth that the great men know by instinct, and the mountain is the stupidity of mankind.

34. All great people had critics but they still believe in the beauty of their dreams, fully persuaded to stay focused and determined for the realisation
of their dreams.

35. great men take and overtake risk tactically

36. All divine power is within you to accomplish great things.

37. All great men had simple beginnings.

38. There lived great souls in the history of the world.

39. Great thoughts by great people transform the World.

40. Good deeds awakens the good spirit of every soul.

41. There lived great souls in history.

42. We encounter great souls, who lived in historical times, in ancient books.

43. Whoever walk with great people will be great.

44. To win, you have to believe you will win.

45. We rely only on God in the wilderness.

46. Our ancestors did great work for humanity. What will we do for the next generations?

47. God’s grace is the power for greatness.

48. All great people had critics, but they still believe in beauty of their dreams.

49. Great men of old and of today never considered themselves only human, they also considered themselves gods. And god! See what hat great achievement have they realized!

50. Feeling low is normal, or sometimes, healthy. A lot of great things this world has witnessed were kickstarted by men when they felt low.

51. You possess a great soul, awaken the spirit.

52. We encounter great souls by reading great books.

53. You are destiny for greatness. Your future is in the hands of the Lord.

54. When we commit our lives to the Lord, He lives in us, He gives us grace and power to accomplish far greater things.

55. The case which I reported on September 26, 1901, was really the last which occurred in Havana. Of course we did not know it at the time, but this case marked the first conquest of yellow fever in an endemic center; the first application of the mosquito theory to practical sanitary work in any disease.

56. Great men don’t nessarily make good husbands.

57. The strength of a man is in his character. A strong man is great man of wisdom who understands, his top priority is to his family.

58. Mankind ought constantly to be striving to produce Great Men –this and nothing else is its duty

59. The strength of a man is in his character. A strong man is a great man of wisdom who understands, his top priority is to his family.

60. Great men, even during their lifetime, are usually known to the public only through a fictitious personality.

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