A Moments Wisdom
–An abundance of words does not constitute proof.
–To be interested in and to appreciate the changing seasons is a happier state of mind than to be hopelessly in love with spring.
–The prompter the refusal, the less the disappointment.
–A man must first learn to govern himself before he can govern a family; he must learn to govern a family before he is fit to bear the government of a commonwealth.
–The future is the time when you will wish that you had done what you are not doing now.
–It is not meager income that constitutes poverty. Rather, it is the insatiable desire that make one feel poor. A good man who is free from such desires is truly rich.
–No man is educated who does not know the basic truths of the Bible.
–We cannot fall too low for the arms of God to catch and hold us.
–The lottery is a tax on people who are poor at math.
–Rebuke your friends privately; comment them publicly.
–Most people hate any change that does not jingle in their pockets.
–Hate is a sword with a sharpened handle; more often than not, it cuts the one who swings it rather than the one against whom it is wielded.