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“When no buyers were near, he talked to me earnestly to impress upon me how valuable work would be to me in the future: 'Some men hate it. They make it their enemy. Better to treat it like a friend, make thyself like it. Don't mind because it is hard. If thou thinkest about what a good house thou build, then who cares if the beams are heavy and it is far from the well to carry the water for the plaster. Promise me, boy, if thou get a master, work for him as hard as thou canst. If he does not appreciate all thou do, never mind. Remember, work, well-done, does good to the man who does it. It makes him a better man.”
George S. Clason, The Richest Man in Babylon

“Those readers new to object orientation typically assume a close relation exists between
inheritance and reuse. We want to debunk this myth immediately. Though reuse is touted as a
benefit of object orientation, it is in fact a goal. Reuse cannot be taken for granted, nor is it
guaranteed. In reality, achieving reuse requires a lot of effort and discipline, and we'll spend a
lot of time in this book talking about this aspect of object orientation.”
Kirk Knoernschild, Java Design: Objects, UML, and Process

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