A Moments Wisdom
–Happy is the man who can laugh at himself; he will never cease to be amused.
–If you are suffering from a bad man’s injustice, forgive him, lest there be two bad men.
–True charity doesn’t care if the cause is tax deductible or not.
–Set a shining example today and your tomorrow will seem much brighter.
–More hearts pine away in secret anguish from unkindness from those who should be their comforters, than from any other calamity in life.
–I will be interesting one day to hear today’s teenagers tell their children when they had to do without.
–Those who do good for good’s own sake are not looking for praise or reward, but in the end will get both.
–Just because you do not know the answer does not mean there is no answer.
–The world seemed a better place when folks opened their meals with a prayer instead of a zip top.
–It is hard to build a sunny future on a shady past.
–A chip on the shoulder may be the heaviest burden one will ever carry.
–Big doesn’t necessarily mean better; sunflowers aren’t better than violets.
–Do not be content that you are mostly moral and virtuous; one bad link can make the whole chain useless.
–No culture will ever prosper until it learns that there is as much dignity in tilling a field as there is in writing a poem.
–It is temper that gets us into the most trouble; but what most of us fail to realize is that it is pride that keeps us there.
–The Golden Rule may be ancient, but it hasn’t been used enough to show any signs of wear.
–Most people know how to say nothing, but few of them know when.
–Those who make bread don’t loaf.
–Ignorance needs no introduction; it makes itself known.
–The expedient thing and the right thing are not necessarily the same thing.