Ten Facts of Life

Ten Facts of Life

  1. Prosperity cannot arise and flourish where thrift is discouraged.
  2. The weak cannot be strengthened by weakening the strong.
  3. Small men cannot be made into big men by reducing men who have become big.
  4. The poor cannot be permanently enriched by robbing the well-to-do.
  5. The wage-earner cannot be lifted up by pressing down the wage-payer.
  6. No one can keep out of trouble if he spends more than he earns.
  7. Unity and fraternity cannot be promoted by inciting hatred among men.
  8. There can be no sound security on borrowed money.
  9. Character and ability cannot be built by taking away a man’s initiative and independence.
  10. Men cannot be helped permanently by doing things for them which they can and should do themselves.

(Author Unknown)