Sean C. Harrison

Rookie - 425 Points (January 5,1977 / St. Thomas, Jamaica)

Sean C. Harrison Quotes

  • ''A life of service is the best example of a life well lived.''
    life
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  • ''A man who loves to listen will learn much. But he who refuses to hear will have no wisdom but his own.''
    Wisdom
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  • ''The pursuit of knowledge does not start with superior intellect but a questioning mind.''
    education
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  • ''A man who is rich and not kind is like a bee who gives no honey.''
    wealth
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  • ''An honest, unbiased examination of one's faith will always unearth inconsistencies despite all the truth it embodies.''
    Religion
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  • ''Courage and hope have one trajectory and it is upwards.''
    Life
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  • ''The day of peace is never as valued as it is in the time of chaos and adversity.''
    War and peace
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  • ''A life fully lived is as the complete cycle of the seasons. Spring is infancy. Summer is youth. Autumn is adulthood and winter is old age.''
    mortality
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  • ''Contentment is the only remedy for what we cannot have.''
    Life
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  • ''Achievement is only important as a means to an end, not only in one's actualization but the common good.''
    Life
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Best Poem of Sean C. Harrison

And The Walls Came Tumbling

Impervious the city built by blood
Stood for vast millennia strong;
Its leaden gates like dragon's teeth
Opening only to consume.
Gibraltar rocks comprised its walls
While feasting reigned within its halls.
No care registered for the world
It held in sway with men of might
But strife came not by light of day,
‘Twas while they slumbered in the night.

Inebriated, fatness veiled their vision;
The morrow far assumed they all,
The watchmen's eyes shut in sleep
That night the city sealed its fall.
Gods and men its stench long bearing
The cries of...

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Keep Your Soul

If fortunes turn for you, my child
I pray you'll learn its fickle ways
So as not to be beguiled
In its fleeting flight of days.
For over the untrained heart and eye
It weaves a blinding, golden veil
Takes you to the lofty sky
And tells you, you shall never fail.
But this remember in your flight:

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