THOUGHT 534

“Sometimes our light goes out but is blown into a flame by another human being. Each of us owes deepest thanks to those who have rekindled this light.”   Albert Schweit

THOUGHT 531

“Who said it could not be done? And tell me what great victories does he have to his credit, which qualifies him to judge what can and can’t be accomplished”.            Napoleon Hill

THOUGHT 530

 

“We lift ourselves by our thought. If you want to enlarge your life, you must first enlarge your thought of it and of yourself. Hold the ideal of yourself as you long to be, always everywhere.”

Orison Swett Marden

THOUGHT 529

“Defeat is a state of mind. No one is ever defeated until defeat has been accepted as reality. To me, defeat in anything is merely temporary, and its punishment is but an urge for me to greater effort to achieve my goal. Defeat simply tells me that something is wrong in my doing; it is a path leading to success and truth.”

Bruce Lee

CHARLES WALLACE

CHARLES ALAN WALLACE

Age 79, of Bethel Park, PA formerly of Sheridan, PA passed away peacefully on Tuesday, May 21, 2019. Born on November 1, 1939, in Pittsburgh he was the son of the late Louise Elizabeth and James T. Wallace. Beloved husband of Mary Ellen Adlard Wallace for 58 years; loving father of Pamela Wallace, Charles (Krysti Miller) Wallace Jr., Mark (Brenda) Wallace, and Matthew (Carolyn Cooper) Wallace; cherished grandfather of Hunter, Heather, William, Cassia, Margaret, Mack, and Madison; dear brother of Mary Louise (the late Russell) Frazee, the late Elsa Mae (John) Hopkins, and James (Ellen Joan) Wallace Jr.; also survived by many adored nieces and nephews. 55 years in Isshinryu Karate having achieved the rank of 9th Dan, Hanshi Go. He taught, encouraged and influenced hundreds of students throughout his career. A gathering of family and friends will be held, Saturday, May 25, 2019 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. with a memorial service immediately to follow at PITTSBURGH CREMATION & FUNERAL CARE, 3287 Washington Rd., McMurray, PA 15317, 724-260-5546.

THOUGHT 527

“My father used to say to me, ‘Whenever you get into a jam, whenever you get into a crisis or an emergency…become the calmest person in the room and you’ll be able to figure your way out of it.'”
Rudolph Giuliani

THOUGHT 526

It’s the little things you do that can make a big difference. What are you attempting to accomplish? What little thing can you do today that will make you more effective? You are probably only one step away from greatness. Jim Rolm