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Set Priorities For Your Goals. A Major Part Of Successful Living Lies In The Ability To Put First Things First. Indeed, The Reason Most Major Goals Are Not Achieved Is That We Spend Our Time Doing Second Things First.
~ Robert J. McKain
At The End Of Our Time On Earth, If We Have Lived Fully, We Will Not Be Able To Say, I Was Always Happy. Hopefully We Will Be Able To Say, I Have Experienced A Lifetime Of Real Moments, And Many Of Them Were Happy Moments.
~ Barbara DeAngelis
Once Upon A Time My Political Opponents Honored Me As Possessing The Fabulous Intellectual And Economic Power By Which I Created A World-wide Depression All By Myself.
~ Herbert Clark Hoove
The First Time You Do The Impossible, It May Take A Little Longer.
~ Sheila M. Kelly
To Love Is Not A Passive Thing. To Love Is Active Voice. When I Love I Do Something, I Function, I Give. I Do Not Love In Order That I May Be Loved Back Again, But For The Creative Joy Of Loving. And Every Time I Do So Love I Am Freed, At Least A Little, By The Outgoing Of Love, From Enslavement To That Most Intolerable Of Master, Myself.
~ Bernard Iddings Bell
The Time To Repair The Roof Is When The Sun Is Shining.
~ John F. Kennedy
In The Absences Of A Decent Time Machine, Fiction Remains The Most Sturdy Vehicle For Visiting Other Eras.
~ Tom Nolan, in The Wall Street Journal
Come Out Of The Circle Of Time And Into The Circle Of Love.
~ Jalal ud- Din Rumi
You Are Young, My Son, And, As The Years Go By, Time Will Change And Even Reverse Many Of Your Present Opinions. Refrain Therefore Awhile From Setting Yourself Up As A Judge Of The Highest Matters.
~ Plato, Dialogues, Theatetus
There Is A Remedy For All Things But Death, Which Will Be Sure To Lay Us Out Flat Some Time Or Other.
~ Miguel de Cervantes
We Spend Most Of Our Time And Energy In A Kind Of Horizontal Thinking. We Move Along The Surface Of Thingsbut There Are Times When We Stop. We Sit Sill. We Lose Ourselves In A Pile Of Leaves Or Its Memory. We Listen And Breezes From A Whole Other World Begin To Whisper.
~ James Carroll
History Does Not Record Anywhere At Any Time A Religion That Has Any Rational Basis. Religion Is A Crutch For People Not Strong Enough To Stand Up To The Unknown Without Help. But, Like Dandruff, Most People Do Have A Religion And Spend Time And Money On It And Seem To Derive Considerable Pleasure From Fiddling With It.
~ Robert Heinlein, Time Enough for Love (1972)