*If you think time moves too fast, go sit in a doctor’s waiting room, and you’ll see how slow time can really move.
*Nothing is more galling than to give away something that you think is worn out, and then to have the new owner get another ten years good use from it.
Prosperity is the surest breeder of insolence I know.
Don’t listen to those who refuse to believe in magic: it is as real as you choose to believe it to be.
*Humans are fond of creating their own disasters and problems, not content to wait for mother nature to provide one.
*Giving to others often does you more good than the person who receives your generosity
Every sin is the result of collaboration.
Be grateful for the new day, for it may bring you a better chance than the last, and let you find your way.
*Nothing will prove as disappointing as waiting and hoping that another might care enough to do something for you.
*Few things cause more bitterness that the betrayal of a love.
Man has made his bedlam; let him lie in it.
Mothers always suggest that daughters be good girls, but then have no advice when they end up lonely, unlike the naughty ones.
*Not all memories are equal. The best and the worst stay with you, and the ordinary ones just fade away.
*Never ask another, “What should I believe?” That’s your task to decide, and only you can choose what will be worthy for your belief system.
Men are not only bad from good motives, but also often good for from bad motives.
G. K. Chesterton
Don’t expect every path in life to be paved and tree lined, easy and comfortable to follow. Some of the best and most rewarding with take you through mud and pot holes, before bringing you to something rewarding.
*Everyone dreams but only a tiny few actually do what’s necessary to make them real.
*Once lying has become a well practiced habit, telling the truth becomes harder that climbing Everest.
First, say to yourself what you would be; and then do what you have to do.
Women and men are a bother to each other, but irresistibly so.