Fifteen Things To Remember

Fifteen Things To Remember

  1. You should not confuse
    your career with your life.

  2. No matter what happens,
    somebody will find a way
    to take it too serious.

  3. When trouble arises
    and things look bad,
    there is always one individual
    who perceives a solution
    and is willing to take command.
    Very often that person is crazy.

  4. Nobody cares if you dance well.
    Just get up and dance.

  5. Never, ever, ever
    lick a steak knife.

  6. Take out the fortune
    before you eat the cookie.

  7. One of the most powerful
    forces in the universe is gossip.

  8. You will never find anyone
    who can give you a clear
    and compelling reason why
    we observe daylight savings time.

  9. There comes a time
    when you should stop
    expecting other people
    to make a big deal
    out of your birthday.
    That time is age eleven.

  10. The one thing that unites
    all human beings,
    regardless of age, gender, religion,
    economic status or ethnic background,
    is that, deep down inside,
    we ALL believe we are
    above average drivers.

  11. The main accomplishment
    of almost all organized protests
    is to annoy the people
    who are not in them.

  12. A person who is nice to you
    but rude to a waiter
    is not a nice person.

  13. Never, under any circumstances,
    take a sleeping pill and a laxative
    at the same time.

  14. There is a fine line between

  15. If you want something to happen,
    Start a rumor.

~~ Author Unknown ~~

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