If only the human skunks would come distinctly marked and easy to notice.
*Some great loves start slowly as a small liking between friends. Other times the least touch starts a consuming conflagration that burns with the heat of the sun.
*Strive to avoid being late. Being late, especially when meeting another suggests you don’t value their time, or respect them.
How much have cost us the evils that never happened!
The best time to reflect on your poor choices is before you make them.
*The hardest part of any job or project might seem the simplest: to begin. However, nothing can suffer more from reluctance and neglect than this one aspect of the task.
*Before you buy a bigger house, look sharply at what you need to get rid of.
It is better to deserve honours and not have them than to have them and not deserve them.
The reluctance to study often leads to an increase in prayer if not to an education.
*You don’t drive a car by looking behind at where you’ve been: don’t try living that way either.
*More leftovers are consumed by guilt than by real desire.
The government is concerned about the population expolsion, and the population is concerned about the government explosion.
Like a dead tree, a human can stand for a time even though their soul has died, but there will be no life or vitality shown.
*”Clean your plate – children are starving in China” may be the single biggest contributor to obesity. Don’t keep eating when you are no longer hungry.
*The sun seems to warm us on even the coldest of days. Overcast, cloudy days just seem colder.
Don’t carry a grudge. While you’re carrying the grudge, the other guy is out dancing.
Be careful what you try to turn into something it is not.
*To forgive even one person who has hurt you is to move light years closer to the divine.
*If excuses were currency, most people would be fairly rich.
A man is already halfway in love with any woman who listens to him.