A Moment’s Wisdom
–We usually admire the other fellow more after we have tried to do his job.
–The liquor vendor is a businessman who is ashamed of his best customers.
–Often the chains of bad habits are too small to be felt until they are too strong to be broken.
–Gossip always seems to travel fastest over grape-vines that are more sour.
–Where one goes hereafter depends largely upon what one goes after here.
–A breath of truth with kindness is more moving than a gale of flattery.
–If we only wanted to be happy it would be easy; but we want to be happier than other people, which is almost always difficult, since we think them to be happier than they are.
–Ignorance, when voluntary, is criminal. There is no more terrible sight than ignorance in action.