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Lawrence G. Lovasik
By Anonym 13 Sep

Lawrence G. Lovasik

A gentleman has his eyes on all those present; he is tender toward the bashful, gentle toward the distant, and merciful toward the absent.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Lawrence G. Lovasik

Do not take yourself too seriously. You have to learn not to be dismayed at making mistakes. No human being can avoid failures.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Lawrence G. Lovasik

Everyone who comes within the reach of your knowledge is, as it were, on trial in your mind. It is easy to be an unjust, ignorant, and even a merciless judge. The real character of the actions of others depends in great measure on the motives that prompt them, and these motives are unknown to you.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Lawrence G. Lovasik

Only a kind person is able to judge another justly and to make allowances for his weaknesses. A kind eye, while recognizing defects, sees beyond them.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Lawrence G. Lovasik

If you feel an aversion to a person--that is, an unexplainable feeling of dislike or distaste for him--it is the most dangerous time for a proper opinion of him, his character, or his actions. Any judgment you pass upon him at such a time is bound to be unfair.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Lawrence G. Lovasik

One way of getting along with people is the ability to give in. Strength of character means the ability to give in to others from motives of love, kindness, and humility, and to do so gracefully, when no sin is involved. It also means the ability to stand on principle, and not to give in, when sin is involved.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Lawrence G. Lovasik

Genuine love will always feel urged to communicate joy - to be a joy-giver. Mankind needs joy.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Lawrence G. Lovasik

It is just as cowardly to judge an absent person as it is wicked to strike a defenseless one. Only the ignorant and narrow-minded gossip, for they speak of persons instead of things.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Lawrence G. Lovasik

Any fool can try to defend his mistakes - and most fools do - but it gives one a feeling of nobility to admit one's mistakes. By fighting, you never get enough, but by yielding, you get more than you expected.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Lawrence G. Lovasik

Irritability is immaturity of character. If you are subject to being cross and unpleasant with others for no apparent reason, you need to come face-to-face with the fact that you are thinking too much of yourself. After all, your feelings are not the most important thing in this world.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Lawrence G. Lovasik

Nobody needs a smile so much as the one who has none to give. So get used to smiling heart-warming smiles, and you will spread sunshine in a sometimes dreary world.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Lawrence G. Lovasik

If, when you charged a person with his faults, you credited him with his virtues too, you would probably like everybody.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Lawrence G. Lovasik

The practice of patience toward one another, the overlooking of one another's defects, and the bearing of one another's burdens is the most elementary condition of all human and social activity in the family, in the professions, and in society.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Lawrence G. Lovasik

Try to make at least one person happy every day. If you cannot do a kind deed, speak a kind word. If you cannot speak a kind word, think a kind thought. Count up, if you can, the treasure of happiness that you would dispense in a week, in a year, in a lifetime!

By Anonym 13 Sep

Lawrence G. Lovasik

A sarcastic person has a superiority complex that can be cured only by the honesty of humility.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Lawrence G. Lovasik

Strength of character means the ability to overcome resentment against others, to hide hurt feelings, and to forgive quickly.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Lawrence G. Lovasik

try to understand that there is more thoughtlessness than malice in the world. People are not out to offend you deliberately and maliciously. But all of us are thoughtless at times and do not readily realize that our words and actions are going to hurt people.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Lawrence G. Lovasik

Cheerfulness is a very great help in fostering the virtue of charity. Cheerfulness itself is a virtue.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Lawrence G. Lovasik

Have you not noticed in your past experience that your kind interpretations were almost always truer than your harsh ones?

By Anonym 15 Sep

Lawrence G. Lovasik

To be outspoken when truth is under attack, when charity is being bruise, or when important issues of life are at stake is a good and courageous thing. To be outspoken when nothing is at stake except the feelings of someone else is a small and contemptible thing.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Lawrence G. Lovasik

Love rejoices in good wherever it finds it; envy is pained by good, and the sight of the happiness of others hurts the eyes and the heart of the envious man. Love wishes to give; envy would rather receive. Love creates; envy destroys. Love builds up; envy pulls down. Love helps those in need, comforts the afflicted, and strives to turn all that is evil into good; envy would turn the little happiness to be found in this world into evil, sorrow, and pain.

By Anonym 14 Sep

Lawrence G. Lovasik

Kind words are a creative force, a power that concurs in the building up of all that is good, and energy that showers blessings upon the world.

By Anonym 13 Sep

Lawrence G. Lovasik

If you want to make friends, go out of your way to do things for other people--things that require time, energy, unselfishness, and thoughtfulness.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Lawrence G. Lovasik

Your silent thoughts are like the roots of a plant. They remain hidden in the dark recesses of the earth, but from them stems the whole plant--its life and form, its strength and beauty. From them and through them the plant lives and dies. So, too, your thoughts, although hidden, are your real, vital force.