Brief quotes, notions, inklings; inspirations,
adages, aphorisms— either new or classic. We will post ours
and yours! Send us your favorites.
Funerals are for the bereaved not the deceased.
When people are unhappy about something, they typically don’t
want to speak up because they don’t want to upset the apple
cart. The problem with that is that by the time they have to
speak up, there are a lot of rotten apples in the cart.
The absence of evidence is not evidence of
absence. Correlation is not causation.
I drink only filtered water. It's filtered through ground up coffee
—M H Perry
Out of the mouths of babes come things their parents didn't
want you to know they said.
If we cannot discuss rationally and
respectfully the issues concerning our governance, this
democracy will not last. —©M H Perry
It’s easier to beg for forgiveness
than to ask for permission.
Don’t look for validation and
approbation from others for the work you do. Do the work you
must do as required by the light that shines into you and
from you and through you. —M H Perry
Everyone’s Garden of Eden is different—your own perfect
place in your own perfect time, but: There’s always a snake
in the Garden of Eden.
—M H Perry
Cherish that it was; don't grieve
that it's gone. —Word Worth®
Women who feel compelled to condone and collude with their husband’s
adultery become embittered and vicious, taking their anger out on
innocent bystanders. —Word Worth®
are like weather: ever-changing but not so changeable. Best to enjoy
what you can and endure what you must until it blows over. —Frazz
- Jef Mallett
There is no redemption in being one of the “good Nazis.”—Chris Ladd
When you're riding a
tiger, the hard part is getting off. —Chinese
After your children's long adolescent need to
push you away, it's their children who bring them back to you. —Word
Most friendships, no matter how long or deep, seem to run their
course. (Maybe that’s the cause for death on the planet: it cleans
out the rusty, dusty friendships.)
Good work at a fair price is always better than fair work at a good
your thoughts, they become words; watch your words, they become
actions; watch your actions, they become habits; watch your habits,
they become character; watch your character, for it becomes your
Emerson, Chinese philosopher Lao Tzu, supermarket magnate
Frank Outlaw, spiritual teacher Gautama Buddha, and the
father of Margaret Thatcher
A man who lies to himself
is often the first to take offense. —Dostoevsky
History must be a manual for
avoiding the mistakes of the past.
—President Barack Obama
Almost anything, in time, can be forgiven, but there
are a whole lot of things that should never be excused.