socrates: no one cares about you

divine postman: but yourself

xenophon: no one can ever love you

divine postman: but yourself

diogenes: never let anyone tell you it cannot be done, none

divine postman: it is only you that can believe in your dream

polybius: it will ripen with time as it remains rooted in your mind

divine postman: the mind is the master of all

raphael: insist on yourself never imitate

divine postman: surround yourself with great minds

montaigne: a house does not live, neither does a city live

divine postman: instead it is the people that make it live

shakespeare: the life in the city is the life in the people

divine postman: tear that home down, burn that city to the ground

thoreau: forsake mother, father, daughter, son, friend for your prize

divine postman: it is only by following our convictions that we can have peace

socrates: none but you knows what he can do until you have exhibited it; stop letting people decide what you want

divine postman: it is your life to live

xenophon: there is a time in every man’s education when he arrives at the conviction that envy is ignorance, and that imitation is suicide

divine postman: that he must take himself for better for worse as his portion

diogenes: that though the wide universe is full of good, no kernel of nourishing corn can come to him

divine postman: but through his toil bestowed on that plot of ground which is given him to till

polybius: the power which resides in him is new to nature

divine postman: the secret to fortune is joy in his or her hands