Talk is cheap - except when Congress does it.
Laughing at our mistakes can lengthen our own life. Laughing at someone else's can shorten it.
Discipline without freedom is tyranny; freedom without discipline is chaos.
After our ages-long journey from savagery to civility, let's hope we haven't bought a round-trip ticket.
We may not imagine how our lives could be more frustrating and complex - but Congress can.
Our freedom to discipline ourselves is a freedom we can lose if we don't use it.
The human body was designed to walk, run or stop; it wasn't built for coasting.
The only way some of us exercise our minds is by jumping to conclusions.
Strangers are what friends are made of.
People seldom become famous for what they say until after they are famous for what they've done.
Our ego is our silent partner...too often with a controlling interest.
A stepping-stone can be a stumbling block if we can't see it until after we have tripped over it.
When performance exceeds ambition, the overlap is called success.
We experience moments absolutely free from worry. These brief respites are called panic.
The mistakes made by Congress wouldn't be so bad if the next Congress didn't keep trying to correct them.
A day's pay for a day's work is more than adequate when both the work and the pay are appreciated as much as they are expected.
Those who agree with us may not be right, but we admire their astuteness.
The true measure of your worth includes all the benefits others have gained from your success.
Worry compounds the futility of being trapped on a dead-end street. Thinking opens new avenues.
Only the poor can know all the disadvantages of poverty. Only the rich can know all the disadvantages of wealth.
Older generations are living proof that younger generations can survive their lunacy.
Failure can be bought on easy terms; success must be paid for in advance
Sometimes we deny being worthy of praise, hoping to generate an argument we would be pleased to lose.
If we fixed a hangnail the way our government fixes the economy, we'd slam a car door on it.
If television encouraged us to work as much as it encourages us to do everything else, we could better afford to buy more of everything it advertises.
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