Saturday, May 11, 2019

“One acid, infallible test of your maturity is your ability to hold necessary tension until the circumstances are ripe for the release of that tension.” - Arnold Kunst

From “Lincoln 365,” by Arnold Kunst
May 11
In January 1835 Lincoln’s business partner died “on short notice,” leaving him responsible for their joint obligations to a total of $1,100, an enormous sum for those days. Lincoln called it the National Debt, and rather than declare bankruptcy he took 10 years to clear that debt.

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