· Never lose your capacity for enthusiasm.
· Never lose your capacity of indignation.
· Never judge people; don’t “type” them too quickly. But in a pinch, always assume that a person is good and that at worst he is in the gray area between good and bad.
· If you can’t be generous when it’s hard, you won’t be when it’s easy.
· The greatest builder of confidence is the ability to do something, almost anything, well.
· When that confidence comes, then strive for humility: you aren’t as good as all that.
· The way to become truly useful is to seek the best that others brains have to offer. Use them to supplement your own, and give credit to them when they have helped.
· The greatest tragedies in the world and in personal events stem from misunderstandings. Answer: Communicate.
What would you add if these were your last words on earth?
I would not take anything away, but my number one would be “trust Jesus Christ with all the events of your life and eternity above all else.”
The list given by Gordon is top notch in human relations. They even work in marriage, that age old institution of miscommunication.
“But these are written, that ye might believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God; and that believing ye might have life through his name.” John 20:31.
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