Keep Calm and Carry On was a WWII government poster discovered in a dusty box nine years ago. Though it never saw the light of day in 1939 (it was only supposed to go up if Britain was invaded), it has suddenly struck a chord in our current difficult times, now we are in need of a stiff upper lip and optimistic energy once again. This pocket book is packed full of similarly motivational and cheering quotes, proverbs, mantras and wry truths to help us through the recession, from such wits as Churchill, Disraeli and George Bernard Shaw. Funny, wise and stirring – it is a perfect source of strength to get us all through the coming months. “A banker is a fellow who lends you his umbrella when the sun is shining and wants it back the minute it begins to rain” Mark Twain “I am an optimist. It doesn’t seem too much use being anything else" - Winston Churchill "Better bread with water than cake with trouble' Russian Proverb"
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