Think

People are paid, ambition is achieved, success comes only in the measure that a man Thinks. Think. All great Doers were and are great Thinkers. Think. Mistakes, Confusion, Consternation are rare callers at the brain of the man who Thinks. Think.

But think to a definite purpose. Systematize your ideas. Plan out the acts of each of your minutes, and hours — and days. Think. Think. Napoleon was a Thinker. Sought out one day in one of the crises of France, he was found in an obscure garret, studying the streets of Paris and Thinking out his best moves for the morrow.

Think. Think. Be your own Silent partner. Think. Be responsible to your own Intellectual Force. Think. Forge from the anvil of your own hard fights and failures, the Deeds of Doing that can only come after the most rigid and pains taking Thoughts.

Think. Think. Start this day with the resolve to Think out each act you perform, knowing that the largest and most useful Results follow the man who Thinks.

Mistakes

Study your Mistakes. There are two kinds of Mistakes. Those that happen from ordinary human mis-thinking and those that come from carelessness and petty un-thinking. Study your Mistakes.

No one ever gets too big to make Mistakes. The secret is that the big man is greater than his Mistakes because he rises right out of them and passes beyond them. After one of Henry Ward Beecher’s sermons in Plymouth Church, Brooklyn, a young man came up to him and said: “Mr. Beecher, did you know that you made a grammatical error in your sermon this morning?” “A grammatical error,” answered Beecher, “I’ll bet my hat that I made forty of them.” Half of the power of the forceful man springs out of his Mistakes of one sort or another. They help to keep him human. Study your Mistakes.

But the Mistakes that tear away the power of a man, weaken him, and make him flabby, are the stupid, the reckless Mistakes. The Clerk who forgets, the Stenographer that doesn’t care, the Worker who neglects — these are the ones whose lifeblood and vitality are sapped and sucked away into failure. Study your Mistakes.

One of the great things of each day for you is to do your best — unmindful of Mistakes. But after your work is done and you realize your blunders, don’t shirk, don’t whine, don’t despond, but — Study your Mistakes. Then profit from them — and go ahead!




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Viruses come in different types
Viruses infect living cells
Viruses can replicate without hosts
Viruses can cause illnesses

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A virus infects a host in order to:
Take in nutrients
Make the host sick
Make copies of itself
Destroy the host's cells

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The distinguishing feature of a coronavirus is its:
Size
Mobility
Shape
Deadliness

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A typical coronavirus infection:
Is extremely dangerous
Has mild symptoms
Cannot spread to humans
Is resistant to hand washing

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Coronavirus infections are likely to be more serious for:
Teens
Active adults
Frequent travelers
People with weakened immune systems

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An outbreak of a virus occurs when:
Symptoms of the virus get worse
The virus spreads to more than one organ
Someone dies from the virus
The virus spreads to more and more hosts

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What does it mean when a city is quarantined during a virus outbreak?
Everyone in the city is infected
No one can enter or leave the city
The city’s population is immune to the virus
Doctors in the city are developing a cure

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Which practice prevents the spread of germs?
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Blowing your nose
Reusing the same tissue
Coughing into your hand

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Covering your mouth when you cough or sneeze is recommended to:
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Get rid of germs from inside your body
Avoid getting other people sick
Warn other people that you are sick

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The most reliable source of information about virus outbreaks is:
News headlines
Social media
Your peers
The World Health Organization

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What do all viruses have in common?
They infect living cells
Their main goal is to replicate
They have a crown-shaped outline
They require hosts to survive
They cause serious illness
They come from the same part of the world

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How is COVID-19 passed on?
Through droplets that come from your mouth and nose when you cough or breathe out
In sexual fluids, including semen, vaginal fluids or anal mucous
By drinking unclean water
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