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Dream and it will become reality – William Arthur Ward | #MondayQuotes

Dream and it will become reality – William Arthur Ward - #MondayQuotes

Dream and it will become reality – William Arthur Ward - #MondayQuotes

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This entry is part 13 of 16 in the series Monday Quotes S01

“If you can imagine it, you can create it. If you dream it, you can become it.” – William Arthur Ward

Dream and it will become reality – William Arthur Ward - #MondayQuotes
Dream and it will become reality – William Arthur Ward – #MondayQuotes

“If you can imagine it, you can create it. If you dream it, you can become it.” – William Arthur Ward

About William Arthur Ward

William Arthur Ward born on December 17, 1921 was an often quoted writer of inspirational maxims who wrote more than 100 articles, poems and meditations published in such magazines as Reader’s Digest, The Phi Delta Kappan and Science of Mind. His column “Pertinent Proverbs” was published by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and also in American service club publications. He was a frequently quoted writer in Quote, an international weekly digest for public speakers.

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A graduate of McMurry College, he received his master’s degree at Oklahoma State University but did not complete his doctoral work at the University of Texas and at North Texas State University. In 1962 he was awarded an honorary Oklahoma City University degree in recognition of his “professional achievement, literary contributions and service to others.”

Ward was an assistant to the president of Texas Wesleyan College in Fort Worth beginning in 1955.

He was a professional member of the American College Public Relations Association, the International Platform Association, the Religious Public Relations Council and Phi Delta Kappa. In Fort Worth he was on the board of directors of numerous organizations, including Rotary, American Red Cross and Boy Scouts of America.

His biography appears in Who’s Who in American Education, Who’s Who in Public Relations, and Who’s Who in the South and Southwest.

Born and raised in Louisiana, Ward entered the United States Army as a private in 1942 and rose to the rank of captain. Part of his four years of military service was spent in the Philippines.

Arthur died on March 30, 1994.

Biography Sources: Wikipedia, GoodReads

Picture Source: GoodReads

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