When communal bonds unite a group of people, great success is possible.
But such bonds can develop only when personal interests are subjugated to goals which carry in them the essential virtues of humanity.
The broader the basis for action, the greater the good which can be achieved.
And conversely, the greater the potential good, the more powerful the support behind it.
A spirit of cooperation steadies the boat, but it helps to have a beautiful island to row towards.

Learn to respect the strength in diversity, for a community's true power lies not in its numbers, but in the diverse skills and resources of its members.
Just as the stoutest walls are reinforced with many different materials, so the strongest groups allow differences to co-exist inside the whole.

With a unified group solidly behind you, even very difficult enterprises can be attempted without great risk

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