Monday, February 8, 2010


Does ancestry, education or luck needed for success? Life history of many great men says otherwise. They were ordinary men with passion and perseverance.
Abraham Lincoln was born of an unknown and poor family, slogged for bread and learned borrowed books under street light. His face was wrinkled. He lost his job, failed in business and was defeated for positions for legislature, Senate and Vice President; but finally elected President in 1860. Passion and perseverance are the keys for success.

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