"Watch your thoughts; they become words.
Watch your words; they become actions.
Watch your actions; they become habits.
Watch your habits; they become character.
Watch your character; it becomes your destiny
This quote is widely attributed to "Frank Outlaw" on the Web, but no actual other corroborating confirmation actually confirms that this is the correct source.
Popular quotation books - including Bartlett's Familiar Quotations (17th ed., 2002), Roget's International Thesaurus of Quotations (1970) and The Harper Book of Quotations(3rd ed., 1993) - DO NOT include this quote or any reference to Frank Outlaw.
In July 2003, a woman named "Elizabeth C.," claimed to have written it in 1998 and sending to members of an e-mail group of people living with lupus.
According to legend, her words were: "these few lines have since taken on a life of their own via the internet. I was honored when someone asked if they could post it on their work bulletin board. From there it ended up as a desktop theme. It has traveled everywhere."
Your quote is from Charles Reade (1814-1884).
There is probably no such person as Frank Outlaw (though he may be a character - I haven't read any Reade :-).
Here in Germany it gets credited to the Talmud all the time, but Jewish authorities on the Web say this is not true.
I have heard from my colleague that this quote is very exact form a saying in Thai by a famous Thai monk, Achann Chaa of Wat Po Pong (1918-1992). Many of his sayings were known abroad during 1960s and 1970s.
Frank Outlaw was an alleged author/writer/scholar attributed for the famous"Watch your thoughts; it becomes your destiny" quote; allegedly died in 1988; and there are questions of whether or not "Frank Outlaw" was a real person or character.
John Outlaw is 5' 10".
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No he own a clothing company called outlaw apparel, not to be confused with outlaw bikers lol
Blue Duck - outlaw - died in 1895.
The Last Outlaw - TV film - was created in 1994.
Frank was 5.10 and Jesse was 5.8.
The cast of The Heart of an Outlaw - 1909 includes: Linda Arvidson as Wedding Guest Owen Moore as In Posse Frank Powell as Outlaw Gang Billy Quirk as Outlaw Gang Gertrude Robinson as Wedding Guest
The cast of Outlaw Treasure - 1955 includes: Hal Baylor as Ace Harkey Robert Hinkle as Frank James Whitey Hughes as Henchman Frank Jenks as Sergeant Adele Jergens as Rita Starr Glenn Langan as Sam Casey Harry Lauter as Jesse James Michael Whalen as Maj. Cooper
The cast of Bricks and Ashes - 2009 includes: Tom Kiesche as The Outlaw Frank Noel as The Lawman
A surfer that is an outlaw.
John Outlaw's birth name is John L. Outlaw.
In 1884, Frank McLaughlin played in 16 games for the Cincinnati Outlaw Reds, batting in all of them. He had 67 at bats, getting 16 hits, for a .239 batting average, with runs batted in. He was walked 2 times. He struck out times. He hit 4 doubles, 1 triples, and 2 home runs.
Frank McLaughlin played in 16 games at short stop for the Cincinnati Outlaw Reds in 1884, starting in none of them. He made 21 putouts, had 33 assists, and committed 19 errors, equivalent to 1.188 errors per game (estimate based on total games played in). He had 3 double plays.
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