The Greatest Salesman in the World : Og Mandino

The last time I read a book of Og Mandino was back when I was still in uni. I remember bringing his book with me during internship with the intention of reading during break, but when assisting in an elderly home, I rarely find a break. So instead it was my companion during commute. I still have the little post-it notes of the 10 scrolls from the book and from time to time I go through it and as always reminds me that each day is an opportunity to love and be loved …

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If there are books I would read again, I would re-read my collection of Og Mandino’s “The Greatest Stories“. Young people and young minds can learn a lot from those books about life, love and caring for others.

Thank you Silver Threading for this weekly event, Writer’s Quote Wednesday … this gives me opportunity to celebrate those that inspired me … keep this going.



  1. jsackmom · November 13, 2014

    What a gorgeous uplifting quote. It inspired such wonder and warm fuzzies in me. Thank you so much for sharing. 😊

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    • D · November 14, 2014

      You’re welcome. I am glad you’re inspired by it.
      It’s one of those quotes you want to keep repeating to yourself and always have a nice day always.

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  3. Silver Threading · November 6, 2014

    Excellent advice for all of us. Thank you so much! 🙂

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