1. John Wesley rode up and down through the English countryside during the last half of the eighteenth century, his soul touched by the poverty, the drabness, and the ugliness of the village life. One day he hit upon the scheme of distributing flower seeds to the housewives, and offering prizes for the most beautiful gardens, with the result that today the English countryside has the reputation of being the most colourful in the world. One man, almost single-handedly, changed the complexion of the rural districts of an entire nation.

  2. The largest room in the world is the room for improvement.

  3. Our dilemma is that we hate change, but we love it at the same time. What we really want is for things to remain the same but get better.

  4. I’m always trying to change things! I’m always changing my chair around & my desk around. I’m always trying to improve things all the time, trying to make things better than they were before. You can’t improve things unless you change things. How are you going to know the other way isn’t better if you don’t try it?–David Berg

  5. It is better to shift one’s plan late in life than to run around in circles with the wrong plan.

  6. Everybody is in favour of progress. It’s the change they don’t like.

  7. Take life as you find it, but don’t leave it so.

  8. We are strangers here. Don’t make yourself at home.


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