Life is here only to be lived so that we can, through life, earn the right to death, which to me is paradise. Whatever it is that will bring me the reward of paradise, I will do the best I can.
A life spent in constant labor is a life wasted, save a man be such a fool as to regard a fulsome obituary notice as ample reward.
Before the reward there must be labor. You plant before you harvest. You sow in tears before you reap joy.
Contrary to popular misconception, karma has nothing to do with punishment and reward. It exists as part of our holographic universe’s binary or dualistic operating system only to teach us responsibility for our creations—and all things we experience are our creations.
Ambition has but one reward for all: A little power, a little transient fame; A grave to rest in, and a fading name!
The majority see the obstacles; the few see the objectives; history records the successes of the latter, while oblivion is the reward of the former.
Work is not man's punishment. It is his reward and his strength and his pleasure.
The avoidance of taxes is the only intellectual pursuit that carries any reward.
The English laws punish vice; the Chinese laws do more, they reward virtue.
I feel that the greatest reward for doing is the opportunity to do more.
Dignity does not float down from heaven it cannot be purchased nor manufactured. It is a reward reserved for those who labor with diligence.
Simplicity is the final achievement. After one has played a vast quantity of notes and more notes, it is simplicity that emerges as the crowning reward of art.
Dignity is the reward of holding oneself accountable to conscience
The reward of one duty is the power to fulfil another.
Self-reliance is the only road to true freedom, and being one's own person is its ultimate reward.
Companies that give excellent service reward employees for providing it.
Intellectual ‘work’ is misnamed; it is a pleasure, a dissipation, and is its own highest reward.
We reveal the fullness of our devotion to individualism by keeping it as a reward for full participation in society. For the prisoner, the chronically ill, the bedridden old and the destitute, we reserve the forced collective life.
I know, indeed, of nothing more subtle satisfying and cheering than a knowledge of the real good will and appreciation of others. Such happiness does not come with money, nor does it flow from a fine physical state. It cannot be bought. But it is the keenest joy, after all; and the toiler's truest and best reward.
No man, who continues to add something to the material, intellectual and moral well-being of the place in which he lives, is left long without proper reward.
Start with good people, lay out the rules, communicate with your employees, motivate them and reward them. If you do all those things effectively, you can't miss.
You get what you reward. Be clear about what you want to get and systematically reward it.
A comfortable old age is the reward of a well-spent youth. Instead of its bringing sad and melancholy prospects of decay, it would give us hopes of eternal youth in a better world.
All human wisdom works and has worries and grief as reward.
An egalitarian educational system is necessarily opposed to meritocracy and reward for achievement. It is inevitably opposed to procedures that might reveal differing levels of achievement.