What a wonderful concept, part of a lavish description of a man’s character by Mark Twain.  Worth mentioning that these vaunted qualities didn’t actually result in miracles fulfilled or dreams realised.

Still, you have to start somewhere, and a positive attitude isn’t a bad place.

And may your imagination breed miracles.

‘… the happy light in his eye, the abounding hope in his heart, the persuasive tongue, the miracle-breeding imagination – they were all there.’ 

 

Source: Mark Twain, Autobiography of Mark Twain, H.E. Smith (ed.) (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2012), vol. I, p. 27

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