Secrets Of Success That Lie Within Us!
The "I Cant's" are numerous and ubiquitons. Their numbers are astonishing. A curious statistician estimates that about one-half of the children born into the world, are furnished by Nature with a remarkable lingual facility for the utterance of this brief and cowardly sentence. Neither time or experience enables them to abolish from their vocabulary these fatal words, and from the cradle to the grave, they drag a slip-shod life spent in accomplishing nothing from the fact, that they lack the energy and will neccesary to accomplish.
These human drags are recognizable anywhere under any circumstances, history furnishes many examples to need illustration at our hands. Of titled members of the order, of the lower degree, the world is cursed with a less number than formely, for the reason, that the race is dying of insanity; but in the great world, among the masses, it is astonishing what a host of drones share the honey of the bees' gathering. Regarding everything they do as a harship, looking upon labor as an evil, it seems to be a sort of moral duty with such men to do as little as possible, and get all they can for it. "I Can't," is their shibboleth and shield. Propose to them the accomplishment of whatever new work, anything out of the beaten track, any little addition to what they have done, and see! how, like trained jack-daws their beaks fly open without a moments consideration of the possibilty of desirability of the doing and, out it comes! like the "pretty Polly!" of a pet parrot "I can't!"
We have said you may know them everywhere, in the legislative halls, on the battle-field, in the council-chamber, at the bar, in your house, at work, for they are spawned everywhere; and among all classes of industrials, merchants or mechanics, you may know "I can't" as well by what he does, as by what he will not try to do; and a miserable, mumbling, mealy-mouthed, mountain-rising, and mole-hill moving mummy of a man, will you find him in any of these persuits. He is always for delay. "He has'nt time, or he has'nt the tools; he lacks means; or he must have more help," you "had better wait ," or he knows "it is impossible;" anything rather than do it. "I'll try!" never comes into his head, as it did into Captain Bragg's; to try being just what he wishes to escape from; while to say "I can't," is the easiest, as well as the meanest method of accomplishing his desire.
These are questions which all the past have asked, and which all the future will continue to inquire. None ever acknowledge its full attaintment. To most the shadow of its approach is never visible. What is it that every individual desires-in some measure, at least; strives for, yet never finds? Is it a reality or a fancy? the cob of corn fastened by a pole before a donkey, which advances as he advances; just before but never reaches, but to attain which he toils and strives? or is it an ignus fatuus, which deludes by false glare and brightness, and vanishes just when reached?
Man is so constituded that fatigue and disgust come with the object sought. This world conquered, it is thereforth worthless, and new worlds are longed for. What was once supposed to be success, is found to be of naught. The astronomer enlarges his insturments by his endeavor to examine an indistinct planet; but his double telescope reveals to him new stars and opens to him new systems of which he had not before imagined. There is always something beyond, and discontent in consequence will always be the lot of man.
At times and in certain cases, it is hard to say what is success. Did Milton obtain it? One of the greatest works of man was the result of his labors. Posterity and futurity acknowledge his claims, but the present gave him poverty and neglect, and his fate has been that of many since. Is that success? How is the question answered?
One very important requisite at the present day is to gain the public attention. All seem aware of this, although some will not descend to forcing it. Still it is indispensable that there be real merit at the bottom, to satisfy after having attracted. Genin must not be content with turning the community by signs and paintings toward his warehouse, or by putting his name and business into the mouths of an entire people. He knows that now that he is universally spoken of, it is of the utmost importance that it be commendingly, that his merchandise be good of its kind, and his character unimpeached.
The theories of today have grown up with a mushroom rapidity and are eagerly embraced, but time shows that they lack substance and a true organized vitality, and subsequent analyzation reveals that the thin froth raised up by a rapid yeast contains no substance, is mere air no better than a soap bubble which glittered in the light, till the beams of a sun rapidily evaporated it, and showed the emptines within.
Look at the visions of the past, the theories of great thinkers and the systems of philosophers, once the reverenced opinions of entire nations, and we wonder how they could have ever been for a moment credited. Was this success?
And it doesn't require centuries to effect these changes. Success is the peace of mind which springs from right impulses and which promises a serene future. Peter Cooper was considered successful when he had accumulated his hundreds of thousands; and when he afterward received the grateful steem of a city and a nation. But higher than all, his success must be found in his internal sense. Fire, war, and revolution may destroy every trace of his charitable magnificence, but the growth of soul, heightened and stimulated by acts like his, cannot be forgotten.
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