"I'm a great fan of art. I love Michelangelo. If I had a chance to talk to or read about him, I would want to know what inspired him to become who he is. The anatomy of his craftsmanship, not who he went out with last night, or why he sat out in the sun so long."

Every master has been concerned with expansion and the better-ment of mankind. The common threads of the masters transcend all cultures, societies and governments.

They are principles universal in nature, and represent the very foundation of human growth through the use of intuition, inspiration and creative thought. When we discover the key elements of mastership,

and begin to use our own creative thought process, we can then attain master-ship quality in our own lives, and nurture the same growth in our children. We must begin with our children; yet to do so, we must begin with ourselves.

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