Bessie-isms and Quotable for September 21, 2015


*It is easy to give something a name, but that doesn’t mean anyone has a clue what it is or why it is. Most diseases are merely given  a Latin version of the name for a symptom or two. Try to remember that when people in suits or lab coats start spouting fancy names…they do so to hide their ignorance of the underlying cause.

*Workers are right to consider themselves  valuable to a company, but should not get too big a head about their place. Digging a hole isn’t productive unless someone figures out where it should be dug, or even if it should be dug.


Love, you know, seeks to make happy rather to be happy.

Ralph Connor

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