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I think Napoleon is a little brutal in this assessment here, but he is passionate about the importance of character:

“Character is the philosopher’s lodestone through which all who have it may turn the base metals of their life into pure gold. Without character you have nothing; you are nothing; and you can be nothing, except a pile of flesh and bone and hair, worth twenty-five dollars. Character is something that you cannot beg or steal or buy. You can get it only by building it; and you can build it by your own thoughts and deeds and no other way.”


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