Saint Paul Newman? Sounds right, although he is Jewish. What a GIVER!!
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with tens of thousands of interactive EyeCandy effects, all to entice you closer, my pretty,
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That's not a misprint: more than a thousand supercharged minutes of excellence,
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Second, these thousand "best poosible" minutes occurred, not once,
rather, once each day for more than five thousand days.
Yes, there were three to ten days off per year,
travelling and dealing with obligations,
with the other 300-plus days for you.
Once it was determined that the greedy rich people of the world were not going to share with the poor,
the decision was made to use all of the information gleaned from a book or two per day for ten thousand days.
Paul Harvey's "Rest of the Story" inspired me as a child, and sustained me on Armed Forces Radio in the service.
Then came Zig Ziglar, who demonstrated perfect stage presentation. The day I copied him, huge results repeatedly appeared.
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With the Psychology of Shortcuts by Denis Waitley, Monsognor Kellogg had to buy several sets as the result of thousands of such reviews.
Jack Canfield, Goethe, Sun Tzu, and another ancient writer who's work is so lethally accurate that some of us don't like to share his name.
Lincoln and Einstein had a couple of great thoughts each, but one was a vicious man who freed the slaves because he had no choice,
the other created the world's worst weapon because of his ego, and tried to assurage his guilt by begging FDR not to build it.
No, in the past two centuries, it's difficult to find a more perfect brain, life, and presentation than that of a particular hero.
Unable to pay his utility bills, short of cash for his family's food, his job selling applicances was not working out at all.
Shuffling down a large street in New York City wondering how he could earn some money, a sign caught his eye.
In the tiniest moment, the permanent history of the world was altered forever, and very much for the better.
That one single second sprouted thousands of root-lines that are growing into our future generations.
"Open casting call" meant he didn't have to be a union member to be in a stage production entitled "Mister Roberts."
Despite zero experience or reasonable expectation of getting the job, Paul Newman tried for the part, got the part,
and as you may have noticed, began a multi-decade run of great good fortune, skill, excellence, and decency.
Engaging in living an exciting life, an obviously happily married man and father, race car driver, actor,
he created a line of foods not only healthier, but tasting better than any of the other national brands.
Although his company, "Newman's Own," is a for-profit corporation, this role model for all time
made the conscious decision to give ALL of his profits to charity, in view of his many comforts.
Hundreds of thousands of dollars poured in... and he spent it all feeding starving people.
The growth grew into the millions, and by the time a quarter century had passed,
some one hundred and fifty million dollars poured into the best charities.
The best charities are, of course, those that sustain life itself.
With a champion and a hero like Paul Newman out there,
how could I invest my life in any less worthy way?
While life does not always give equally,
it does not rob us of our choices,
including the choice of goving.
because we're worth it.
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Whereas Paul Newman was fortunate enough to generate so many millions for feeding hungry people,
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Of all the heroes and great thinkers of the past two centuries,
you are challenged to name one who has fed more people.
Everything else is just so much chatter.
At the end of all human lives,
there is one question asked:
"Who did you feed today?"
determined to solicit and elicit the best in you.
Man Of The Millennium
Man of the Millennium? At least some of us would nominate Paul Newman as the greatest man of the millennium.
Remember, the Man of the Millennium has to be a special person; unique enough for his name to engender a smile.
The Man of the Millenium is surely a human being whose works will notably affect this and future generations.
The Man of the Millenium must be a human being living a live that outlasts the physical manifestion thereof,
and it's fair to think that the Man of the Millenium is one who cares even more for others than for self.
For these reasons alone, Paul Newman is certainly qualified to stand as the Man of the Millenium.
Building a company from scratch into the international player that is "Newman's Own," et alia,
investing all of the profits to feeding starving humans and helping those in desparate need?
Not merely a half a dozen times, either. He accomplished these things thousands of times.
In its first quarter century of operation, a food company established by a "mere actor,"
was able to earn, as best we can tell, more than 125,000,000 dollars in profit.
Each and every one of those dollars wene invested into charitable deeds.
So if identifying the Man of the Millenium becomes a sustained effort,
Paul Newman has proved himself the best man of our millenium,
and may have empowered his own candicacy for canonization,
despite being partly Jewish, because love conquers all.
In fact, Paul Newman is a role model for the eons,
whose actions duplicated would end all wars,
because what he did spoke so loudly,
that not a word was necessary.
So, go, ahead, feed someone.
It comes back repeatedly,
with many guarantees,
each of them good.
To Paul Newman,
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One of the few great certainties of life is that you're capable of doing better one time for every twelve tries.
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Without exception, one additional success for every twelve tries doubles your results and dollars.
That's why Paul Newman is used as such a magnficient example of great humanity,
because the methods used by Paul Newman are the methods available to you, today.
The shortcuts used by Paul Newman are the shortcuts available to you right now.
The question is, how hungry are you to live more, give more, and smile more?
This way, you might exceed Paul Newman and find yourself in the position,
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Each master of success can tell you these master secrets of life.
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Indeed, the Psychology of Longevity nominates Paul Newman to be
none other than the greatest human being of the millenium.
What do YOU think of somone who builds a company,
giving away all the profits as he builds?
Bigger and bigger, and still he gave.
Saint Paul Newman, indeed,
because actions always,
and without fail,
say the most.