My new white shirt and black suit, freshly cleaned and pressed, went well with my uncharacteristically black-shined shoes as I stood in my room at the Plaza Hotel in New York City. My wife, Grace, reached up to straighten my new light gray tie. Since she is five feet seven inches tall and I am six feet five, it was quite a reach, but one she had made many times before. Applying the finishing touches, she spoke: "David goes forth to meet Goliath." Her words rang profoundly true.
- From Moving Mountains: The Principles and Purposes of Leon Sullivan by Leon H. Sullivan