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From my tribe I take nothing, I am the maker of my own fortune
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"From my tribe I take nothing, I am the maker of my own fortune"

- Tecumseh

About this Quote

This quote by Tecumseh speaks to the idea of self-determination and self-reliance. He is stating that he does not depend on his tribe or anyone else to make his fortune. He is the one who is responsible for his own success and fate. This is a powerful statement of independence and self-sufficiency. It is a pointer that we are all accountable for our own lives and that we ought to not rely on others to make our fortunes. It is a call to action to take control of our own lives and to make our own fate. It is a pointer that we are all efficient in attaining excellent things if we put in the effort and take duty for our own lives. This quote is an effective suggestion that we are all efficient in producing our own success which we should not count on anybody else to do it for us.

About the Author

This quote is written / told by Tecumseh between March 9, 1768 and October 5, 1813. He was a famous Leader from Shawnee. The author also have 9 other quotes.

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