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Mistakes, Obviously, Show Us What Needs Improving. Without Mistakes, How Would We Know What We Had To Work On.
~ Peter McWilliams
If You Work On A Lobster Boat, Sneaking Up Behind Someone And Pinching Him Is Probably A Joke That Gets Old Real Fast.
~ Jack Handey Deep Thoughts
The More I Work With The Body, Keeping My Assumptions In A Temporary State Of Reservation, The More I Appreciate And Sympathize With A Given Disease. The Body No Longer Appears As A Sick Or Irrational Demon, But As A Process With Its Own Inner Logic And Wisdom.
~ Dr. Thomas Arnold Mindell
Hard Work Never Killed Anybody, But Why Take A Chance?
~ Charlie McCarthy (Edgar Bergen)
The Most Enviable Writers Are Those Who, Quite Often Unanalytically And Unconsciously, Have Realized That There Are Different Facets To Their Nature And Are Able To Live And Work With Now One, Now Another, In The Ascendant.
~ Dorothea Brande
Things Could Always Be Worse; For Instance, You Could Be Ugly And Work In The Post Office.
~ Adrienne E. Gusoff
You Cannot Hope To Build A Better World Without Improving The Individuals. To That End Each Of Us Must Work For His Own Improvement, And At The Same Time Share A General Responsibility For All Humanity, Our Particular Duty Being To Aid Those To Whom We Think We Can Be Most Useful.
~ Marie Curie
Trouble Is Only Opportunity In Work Clothes.
~ Henry J. Kaise
The Brain That Bubbles With Phrases Has Hard Work To Collect Its Thoughts.
~ Author Unknown
We Get New Ideas From God Every Hour Of Our Day When We Put Our Trust In Him -- But We Have To Follow That Inspiration Up With Perspiration -- We Have To Work To Prove Our Faith. Remember That The Bee That Hangs Around The Hive Never Gets Any Honey.
~ Albert E. Cliffe
Whenever You Look At A Piece Of Work And You Think The Fellow Was Crazy, Then You Want To Pay Some Attention To That. One Of You Is Likely To Be, And You Had Better Find Out Which One It Is. It Makes An Awful Lot Of Difference.
~ Charles Franklin Kettering, (1876-1958)
The Only Place Where Success Comes Before Work Is A Dictionary.
~ Vidal Sassoon
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