Posts Tagged: quote

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Garrison Kellior: Frankness is good for friendship: It weeds out puny friendships and strengthens the healthy ones.

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Garrison Kellior: A true friend

Garrison Kellior: A true friend is someone you could call up and say, “I’m a wreck and I’m coming over and staying with you for a couple days.” Or you could say, “I’m sorry to call you at 3 a.m. but I’m sitting in a truck stop confused and missing my pants and need you

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honesty is the best policy

I like the phrase “honesty is the best policy.” It sort of implies that you’ve tried other policies, and realized they didn’t work. It’s not one of those “because I said so” kind of instructions. It’s like the voice of experience talking. Sort of : “I’ve been a big liar, but it really wasn’t all

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where else would I meet you?

Thought I was smart enough not to say out loud to someone who suggested I go to hell: I must already be there; where else would I meet you?”

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stealing from our fellow beings

Any time we accumulate more than we actually need, we are actually stealing from our fellow beings,” explains Feuerstein. This reminds me of much of the criticism I’ve received lately….

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Things I said…

I don’t need clones. You have to feed them. What I need is a doppelganger. You can’t straddle the fence without bruising your genitalia. On George W. Bush: I don’t want a president who’s done more drugs than me. On President G. W. Bush: At the very least, I can say I’m smarter than the

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Inspirational Quotes

g’nothi s’auton – Know thy self — inscription on the wall of the temple at Delphi You don’t drown by falling in water. You drown by staying there. — Robert Allen If at first you don’t succeed, you are running about average. — M. H. Anderson Live, live, live! Life is a banquet, and most

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On the Subject of Love

There is a Law that man should love his neighbor as himself. In a few years it should be as natural to mankind as breathing or the upright gait; but if he does not learn it he must perish.
— Alfred Adler

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