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Our Birth is our Opening Balance! Our Death is our Closing Balance! Our Prejudiced Views are our Liabilities Our Creative Ideas are our Assets Heart is our Current Asset
Soul is our Fixed Asset Brain is our Fixed Deposit Thinking is our Current Account Achievements are our Capital
Character & Morals, our Stock-in-Trade Friends are our General Reserves Values & Behaviour are ourGoodwill Patience is our Interest Earned
Love is our Dividend Children are our Bonus Issues Education is Brands / Patents Knowledge is our Investment Experience is our Premium Account
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The mostdestructive habit Worry The greatest Joy Giving The greatest loss Loss of self- respect The most satisfying work Helping others
The ugliest personality trait Selfishness The most endangered species Dedicated leaders Our greatest natural
resource Our youth The greatest "shot in the arm" Encouragemet The greatest problem to overcome Fear The most
effective sleeping pill Peace of mind The most crippling failure disease Excuses The most powerful force in life Love The most dangerous pariah A gossip
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The two most power- filled words “ I Can" The greatest asset Faith The most worthless emotion Self pity The most beautiful attire SMILE!
The most prized possession Integrity The most powerful channel of communication..... Prayer The most contagiousspirit Enthusiasm The most important thing in life GOD
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