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More bits of Wisdom

We are like a stone cast in a quite lake. The affects of our presence continues long after we are gone.

Friendship is love with understanding.

It's possible to give without loving, but impossible to love without giving.

I'm not afraid of tomorrow, for I've seen yesterday and today.

The best way to keep friendships from breaking is to not drop them.

I'm not young enough to know everything.

All work and no play makes Jack the wealthiest man in the cemetery.

"That's my side of the story. Now let me tell you his."

Some people just want reinforcement of their inappropriate behavior, not insight on how to change it. -Dr. Phil

By the age of 40 a man is responsible for his face and his fate.

It's good to have an end to the journey, but it's the journey that matters in the end.

He's a tired old man, far nearer the end of things then it''s beginning.

The mission determines the tools. (Similar as below.)

The value is determined by the circumstance. (Water is more valuable in a desert than gold.)

I was born ugly and then had a terrible setback.

He lived for better or worse but now he's dead for good. -What Ansel Adams wanted engraved on his tombstone.

Expecting to get somewhere without effort is like getting on an elevator without pushing a button. -Dave Terry

Easy writing makes hard reading and hard writing makes easy reading. -William Zinsser

That seems, as they say, incompatible with life. -Dr. Phil in reference extreme sports

They are better than novels, more accurate than history, and even at times more dramatic than plays. -Arthur Ponsonby regarding diaries

Worrying about the past is like driving with just your rearview mirror. -Dave Terry

Sometimes the nicest think you can do for people is to let them do something nice for you. -Stienbeck

...dave
"A friend knows the song in my heart and sings it to me when my memory fails." -Donna Roberts

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