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Apple Seeds of Wisdom

By Barb Stutesman
 

Barb S apple seedsIn case you missed them, here are the daily Apple Seed quotes posted By Barb S./ret. on the main chatboard during last month. Enjoy! Please add your favorite quote to the Comments section following this list.

02-01:  In the coldest February, as in every other month in every other year, the bestthing to hold on to in this world is each other.   ~ Linda Ellerbee

02-02:  The groundhog is like most other prophets: it delivers its prediction and then disappears.   ~ Bill Vaughn

02-03:  If the Super Bowl is the ultimate game. how come they’re playing it again next year?   ~ Duane Thomas

02-04:  Don’t use time or words carelessly. Neither can be retrieved.   ~ Brian Dyson

02-05:  If I could give only three words of advice, they would be, “Tell the truth”. If I got three more words, I’d add: “All the time”.   ~ Randy Pausch

02-06:  No job is beneath you.   ~ Maria Shriver rings

02-07:  The important thing in the Olympic Games is not winning, but taking part. The essential thing in life is not conquering but fighting.   ~ Baron de Coubertin

02-08:  What good is the warmth of summer, without the cold of winter to give it sweetness?   ~ John Steinbeck

02-09: Do all the good you can, and make as little fuss about it as possible.   ~ Charles Dickens

02-10:  It’s easy to make a buck. It’s tougher to make a difference.   ~ Tom Brokaw

02-11:  It now costs more to amuse a child than it once did to educate her/his father. ~ H. V. Prochnow

02-12:  Always bear in mind that your own resolution to succeed is more important thanany one thing.   ~ Abraham Lincoln

02-13:  Honesty is not only morally right; it’s also efficient.   ~ Randy Pausch

02-14:  Love doesn’t make the world go ‘round. Love is what makes the ride worthwhile. ~ Franklin P. Jones

02-15:  Nothing burns like the cold.   ~ George R. R. Martin

02-16:  Every person is worth understanding.   ~ Clyde Narramore

02-17:  Leadership is action, not position.   ~ Donald H. McGannon

02-18:  While we have the gift of life, it seems to me that the only tragedy is to allow part of to die – whether it is our spirit, our creativity, or our gloriousuniqueness.   ~ Gilda Radner

02-19:  People lie for lots of reasons, often because it seems like a way to get what they want with less effort. But, like many short-term strategies, it’sineffective in the long term.   ~ Randy Pausch


02-20:  If you steal from author, it’s plagiarism. If you steal from many, it’s research.~ Wilson Mizner

02-21:  The promise of spring’s arrival is enough to get anyone through the bitter winter. ~ Jen Selinsky

02-22:  Associate yourself with people of good quality if you esteem your own reputation, for ‘tis better to be alone than in bad company.   ~ GeorgeWashington

02-23:  Success is how high you bounce when you hit bottom.  ~ George S. Patton

02-24:  Don’t let the fear of time it will take you to accomplish something stand in the way of your doing it. The time will pass anyway; we might just as well putthat passing time to the best possible use.  ~ Earl Nightingale

02-25:  Pain is inevitable, but misery is optional.   ~ Barbara Johnson

02-26:  There is more than one way to measure profits and losses. On every level,institutions can and should have a heart.  ~ Randy Pausch

02-27:  If you want to succeed, you should strike out on new paths rather than travel the worn paths of accepted success.  ~ John D. Rockefeller

02-28:  In reality, there are two winters: one made for kids, the other for adults. The one made for adults is always too cold and always too long. The one made for kids is always perfect. A kid winter is an endless and wild snow carnival where all the rides are free.  ~ Carew Papritz

 

 



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