This saying is misquoted, try:
Know many, trust few, learn to paddle your own canoe.
It comes from 2 poems dated 1850's as follows:
Paddle your own Canoe - anonymous, printed in the Wisconsin newspaper The Crawford County Courier, 1852:My father die, God rest his soul,
When years I numbered two,
And left me 'midst this world alone,
To paddle my own canoe. A step-grand-daddy, now no more,
Taught me my P's and Q.
And ever in my ears he dinned,
You'll paddle your own canoe. My home was no Elysian spot
Of bright and sunny hue,
And therefore I the sooner left,
To paddle my own canoe. And through the world I roamed at large,
O'er land and ocean blue;
And though the struggle oft was hard,
I paddled my own canoe. For thus I argued, man to man,
Is often,times untrue;
Then while with health and strength you're blest
Just paddle your own canoe. As partners in the strife for gain,
Self-interest will pursue;
And leave you with your debts, perhaps,
To paddle your own canoe. And then no sympathy you'll find
From friends who once were true;
They knew you lost when first you ceased
To paddle your own canoe. But I one cherished object sought
And ever kept in view;
A friend of pure unsullied heart,
'To paddle my own canoe. A friend she is in word and deed-
Her interest mine is too;
The twain are one - I still may say,
I paddle my own canoe.
- Paddle Your Own Canoe - Sarah Bolton, 1851Voyager upon life's sea,
To yourself be true,
And whatever your lot may be,
Paddle your own canoe.
Never, though the winds may rave,
Falter or look back;
But upon the darkest wave
Leave a shining track.
Paddle your own canoe. Nobly dare the wildest storm,
Stem the hardest gale,
Brave of heart and strong of arm
You will never fail.
When the world is cold and dark,
Keep your aim in view;
And toward the beacon work,
Paddle your own canoe. ... ..Would you crush the giant wrong,
In the world's free fight?
With a spirit brave and strong,
Battle for the right.
And to break the chains that bind
The many to the few
To enfranchise slavish mind,-
Paddle your own canoe. Nothing great is lightly won,
Nothing won is lost,
Every good deed, nobly done,
Will repay the cost.
Leave to Heaven, in humble trust,
All you will to do:
But if succeed, you must
Paddle your own canoe. Meaning Act independently and decide your own fate. Origin The figurative meaning of 'padding one's own canoe' began to be used in the early 19th century. This was what was in mind of the author of The Selangor Journal: Jottings Past and Present, 1807, when reporting the lack of community spirit amongst the coffee planters in Malaysia: If the planters would unite and use their united influence they could start a bank to advance money to deserving young planters... but they won't do it. They let each poor fellow paddle his own canoe, and if he capsizes and stretches out his hand in despair for someone to save him... they won't do it.
The lady's name is Valerie Bamber, i think she currently resides in W/Hills Aus.
Sarah T. Bolton wrote the poem "Paddle Your Own Canoe."
That friend may never fully trust you again, but over time, they will trust you more if you always be truthful with them and always do what you tell them you will do.
Trust if you lack trust you will always think negative
The origin of the chemical element Hg is and has always been known as HAMSTERS and GOOGLE so if you don't believe me check it on Google but that's just not nice because it shows that you don't trust me
Because you may not always trust the person you love but you can always love the person you trust. Simply because if you are in love with some you don't trust then the relationship fails but if you fall in love with someone you do trust then relationship will most likely succeed.
Taking a dog in a canoe depends on several variables. If you own the canoe, and you trust your dog to ride quietly in the canoe, this may be a pleasant experience for you and the dog. If, one the other hand, you are renting the canoe from a marina, you'll need to check with the facility to see if pets are allowed in canoes. Additionally, it helps to know the personali ty of the dog. Is the dog afraid of the water? Should the canoe capsize, you'll want the dog to be able to swim to safety. Finally, if the dog is a bird dog, you'll need to keep command of the dog so that it does not leap out of the canoe in an attempt to retrieve a nearby duck, tipping over the canoe and said passengers in the process .
My wife has no reason to not trust me. I was not aware she felt like that.
Because they give you a feeling that makes you sure that you can trust them.
True Friends are not the people you always talk to, but the people you can always trust.
because when the fail you again you will have been expecting it
yes of course you need family trust because they are your family they will be there for you no matter what and they will always love you, even when you have annoyed them they will always loved and trust you. family trust is SO important, no relationship is more powerful than your family and when you have a problem you should talk to your family first.
your mom is always a friend you can trust
if she/he help you or trust you always
you always have a friend who you can trust and depend on
Always be careful about who to trust
The origin of the word fiance is french and is the past participle of fiancer. The word means "a promise" and is based on the latin word of fidere meaning trust.
A trust isn't something that is owned. A trust is a legal arrangement by which one entity holds legal title to property for another. The grantor of trust, or the entity that created the trust, may think in terms of owning the trust in the case of a revocable trust, however, the title to the trust property is always held by the trustee.
They are both important. You need to always tell them the truth that way they can know they can trust you but if you get caught in a lie then the trust goes down.
A trust must be managed according to the provisions set forth in the document that created the trust. Therefore, you must review your trust to determine how/if it can be amended. Trusts should always be drafted by an attorney in your jurisdiction who specializes in trust law.
Always give someone a second chance.
because of trust...
Yes but not always it could be wrong.
always trust your friends