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Liberty quote

23 May

Liberty cannot exist without sacrifice, nor can sacrifice exist without suffering. Blood may be shed, but should the suffering of the part in the end save the whole, it is a pain we are obligated to endure. 

A Secret worth keeping by Lancaster R. Hill 

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Entitlement quote

23 May

Where there is no entitlement, there is no iniquity.

100 Neighbors by Lancaster R. Hill 

Commitment quote

23 May

When it comes to commitment, you are either fully engaged or not, for there is no gray area. Half measures will avail us nothing.

100 Neighbors by Lancaster R. Hill

Shedding blood for Liberty

2 May

Where blood has been shed for liberty and the freedom to improve one`s lot, the wound from which it spilled will heal in time.

Climbing the Mountain by Lancaster R. Hill

Quote about American opportunity

14 Apr

To extinguish the fires of American prosperity, we need only to suffocate them under a blanket of government programs.

A Secret worth keeping by Lancaster R. Hill

Entitlement quote

12 Apr

Entitlements are like a house of mirrors: the more mirrors there are the harder it becomes to find a way out.

100 Neighbors by Lancaster R. Hill 

Quote about the US

12 Apr

In the years to come, citizens will wonder with dismay why a fertile America has turned fallow, when they themselves have sucked all the nutrients from the soil. 

Memoirs by Lancaster R. Hill 

government assistance quote

15 Mar

It is not our nature to suffer, and most of those who are offered government handouts in place of effort will take them.

Climb the Mountain by Lancaster R. Hill 

Attainment quote

15 Mar

That which is attained without conflict or strife is rarely worth attainment at all.

Personal communication to Robin Broady, 1942 – Lancaster R. Hill 

Change quote

15 Mar

Great change is brought about not by desire, but by perseverance. Where once there lay an empty parcel of land, you see now a city, built brick by brick by the steady hands representative of determined wills.

100 Neighbors by Lancaster R. Hill

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