Quotes by Natasha Vanderlinden

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Natasha Vanderlinden is an American philosopher, Classical Liberal, Reformed theologian, Austrian Economist, Black Belt, and Pianist.

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The will is a powerful ally and desperate enemy. When not subdued by self-control, it becomes a tyrant of selfishness. Under the yoke of self-control however, it is a driving force of perseverance.

DdEEterMI-NAAAAAtion: The process is painful, draining, and provides no ultimate guarantee. It is only for the stout of heart; the brave, the true . . . and those who have no alternative but to succeed.
Doing what is expected is boring. Go beyond mediocre and aim toward excellence!
Discipline is denying the favored choice in pursuit of a higher goal.
What I say must be under constant scrutiny. It is not enough to silence hurtful speech; I must endeavor to train this wiliest of muscles to enrich the lives of others.
On occasion, I derive great satisfaction from imagining my destructive powers onto such things as lamp posts, trees, and piles of leaves.
Responsibility is the ability to give a response, that is, an answer for what I have or have not done. Essentially, responsibility means maturity.

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