Thoughts worth saving – what other people have said

Thoughts worth saving – what other people have said
 
 
 
                About the only times people, who come to my programs and speeches, write anything down is when I repeat some comment or statement someone else has said. I am a collector of such thoughts. There is no end to such a list, as it is always growing, and you may have your own, and if you do and wish to share it with me, I think that would be great. But until then, here is my list of thoughts that I believe are worthy of writing down and saving.
 
·         The best way out is always through. Robert Frost
·         To get to a place you have never been, you first must do things you have never done – many people
·         Let your ayes be ayes and your nayes be nayes – Sermon on the Mount
·         Magnificent Defeat – it is sometimes in our most crushing defeats, that we learn the miracle of grace and have a second chance. Frederick Buechner, in a book by that same name
·         The prisons are full of people who should have taken the train to Montana – just walk away from a desperate situation…slow down and take a deep breath – Wade Smith
·         It is better to live your life in Technicolor than in black and white – Jean Spaulding
·         Don’t cry past Tuesday – how to get on with your life – Charles E. Poole, in a book by that same name
·         Truth is the most powerful weapon any person has – Wade Smith
·         There are three things that are real…God, human folly and laughter…since the first two are beyond our comprehension, we should do what we can with the third – John F. Kennedy
·         In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer – Albert Camus
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