Shortly before the death of Senator Matthew Stanley Quay - not only one of the most powerful politicians that the American system has produced, but a man of genius - he was visited by Senator Beveridge from Indiana, a much younger man, opposed to many of the policies of Quay, but with great admiration for Quay's personality.
Frail & weak, Quay sat by the window in his apartment. As Beveridge rose to go, Quay, looking out of the window, said to him:
"In a few months I shall be dead & the papers will say, 'Matt Quay, boss, is dead.' Had I lived my life differently they would say, 'Death of Matt Quay, statesman.' Take warning by me, young man."
Then, he wrote the words "Dream true," and gave it to Beveridge as a parting gift.
Pro 10:7 (CEV): “Good people are remembered long after they are gone, but the wicked are soon forgotten.”
“If you can dream it, then you can achieve it. You will get all you want in life if you help enough other people get what they want.” - Zig Ziglar.