*Problems would seem less annoying if you’d see them as opportunities to solve a puzzle.
*A cell phone’s battery goes dead faster when you need it for something important, and forgot to charge it.
Time is a great teacher, but unfortunately it kills all its pupils.
It seems fine to be a sheep before the wolf shows up.
*Love finds you when you least expect it, and usually when you are least prepared for it. Just don’t be foolish and turn it away, no matter how awkward it might seem to be.
*A new day comes whether you are ready for it or not. Life and fate are relentless and have no patience for your reluctance.
Nothing would contribute to make a man more wise that to have always an enemy in his view.
We seek to make movies ever more realistic, yet a child requires the merest few props to create whole worlds of magic and wonder.
*Never pass up a chance to see family, for you never know who will be short on days; you or the others.
*Get rid of junk! You aren’t hording great artifacts, just stuff you no longer need.
Curiosity is, in great and generous minds, the first passion and the last. Samuel Johnson
If you believe in magic enough, an elf will find you.
*You can love randomly. You’ll get hurt a bunch, but you’ll likely stumble on something amazing eventually.
*Teachers are judged on the quality of their students learning with no consideration given to how dumb and lazy the kids are starting out.
The road to hell is paved with good intentions.
The young girl child will never again find capturing someone’s heart as easy as it is now.
*Like driving on a freeway, going the wrong way in life can leave you stuck, hoping desperately for an exit, know that turning around is impossible.
*We seem to more readily remember the terrible dreams than the nice one.
The Earth has no sorrow that Heaven can not heal.
Everyone wish to find something higher, something to give a deeper meaning to their life, whether they will admit it or not.