Friday, April 27, 2007

It’s What You Do—Not When You Do It

No one will improve your lot If you yourself do not.

****Bertolt Brecht, 1933


  • Ted Williams, at age 42, could slammed a home run in his last official time at bat.
  • Mickey Mantle, age 20,could hit 23 home runs his first full year in the major leagues.
  • Golda Meir at 71 could become the Prime Minister of Israel.
  • William Pitt II at 24 became Prime minister of Great Britain.
  • George Bernard Shaw at 94 produced his first play.
  • Mozart's first composition was published at age seven.
  • Benjamin Franklin was a newspaper columnist at 16 and a framer of the United States Constitution when he was 81.

Then you’re never too young or too old if you’ve got talent.

Recognize that age has little to do with ability.


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