*We never say a proper goodbye to our youth, pretending years after it’s passing that it’s still with us.
*Talk is never so cheap as in the words of flattery.
Get someone else to blow your horn, and the sound will carry twice as far.
*The devil is cunning, but not all that smart. Of course, he seems adequately smart enough to get your butt in lots of trouble!
* The average idea of equality most people seem to have is having the ability to look down equally on everyone else.
A man never knows how to say goodbye to a woman; a woman never knows when to say it.
*A person should resist the urge to wallow in the mud like a pig. They are well suited to it, and will be pleased with the outcome, far more than you might be.
*It is said that music sooths the savage beast. I can’t respect any beast that would be soothed by most of what young people listen to these days.
It is very easy to forgive others their mistakes. It takes more gut and gumption to forgive them for having witnessed your own.
*Always consider your audience before displaying your humor. The leading cause of death for comics is chocking on one’s foot.
*Idleness leads to many vices, the only thing it manages to accomplish.
People often say that this or that person has not yet found themselves. But the self is not something one finds, it is something one creates.
*A person who has money is often a slave to it. But a person who will fret and worry over a million dollars, would likely fret over a twenty dollar bill just as much.
*It seems many more are nowadays inclined to play Scrooge rather than Santa.
In the ordinary business of life, industry can do anything which genius can do, and very many things which it cannot.
Henry Ward Beecher
*When someone falls in love with you, you are witness to a miracle. Especially considering what a crappy person you really are!
*A moralist is usually a person who delights in pointing out the flaws and sins of others, while minimizing their own.
There are two kinds of fools: One says, “this is old, therefore it is good:” and the other says, “This is new, therefore it is better.”
William R. Inge
*If you’d resist the urge to speak all the petty, spiteful, unkind gossipy and wicked things you normally do, you be mostly silent, but much better regarded.
*Smile as often as possible; it offends all the dour and miserable people around you.
There is no fruit which is not bitter before it is ripe.
*If you do nothing else for a daughter, teach her how to smile, frequently and unreservedly, so that she might be well liked and more easily attract someone decent and thus be loved.
*The person who chooses to serve God whole-heartedly, will never lack for something to do. You will never be fired for want of a task or thing of worth to occupy your time and attention either!
Don’t mind anything that anyone tells you about anyone else. Judge everyone and everything for yourself.
*Everyone hates dating, as you feel like a bit of produce being looked at and rejected. It doesn’t help when you feel like the ones you see are neurotic losers, and gets worse when you start to feel the same.
*People lacking a dream will criticize and belittle yours, hoping you abandon it, and become as impoverished as they are.
Depend on the rabbit’s foot for luck if you will, but remember that it failed to save the rabbit.
R. E. Shay
*The worst thief is the one who steals your time.
*A person has great tact, who can describe a woman’s butt as large while in her presence, and not disturb her smile.
The glory of great men should be measured by the means they have used to acquire it.