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Quote reviews December 11, 2010

Filed under: Self-Help — visitor74 @ 9:11 am

Loved you once, love you still. Always have, always will. -Mary Schmich
–> lovers out there. Remember this the next time you write to your spouse a birthday card. Or you screw up and want to make amends. Thank me later.

God made woman beautiful and foolish; beautiful, that man might love her; and foolish, that she might love him. -Anon
–> it’s an insult and also a complement at the same time. More of a complement to me, really. And it really means if women were smart, they’d stay clear from us. Ha ha.

Success is the ability to go from failure to failure without losing your enthusiasm. -Winston Churchill
–> problem is, with failure there are consequences that we have to face. I wish that there would be someone out there that can give you some pick-me-up when you screw up. And screw up you will. As Kasparov said: Mistakes are all waiting to be made.

Love is like a violin. The music may stop now and then, but the strings remain forever. -J.M. Bacher
–> sweet.

The average person thinks he isn’t. Father Larry Lorenzoni
–> don’t you hate it when you meet someone who doesn’t know too much but blabbers anyway? Then you have feign interest and all the thinking of an exit strategy. Gosh, I hope I’m not one of those people. I got a fair share of meeting people like that.

I can’t give you a surefire formula for success, but I can give you a formula for failure: try to please everybody all the time. —HERBERT BAYARD SWOPE, American editor and journalist; first recipient of the Pulitzer Prize
–> this is probably the first quote I remember. I love it so much. And I remember who quoted it. A rare occasion that one. I usually remember the quote verbatim, but names are hard. So usually I just fake any names. But I just re-found this quote and I’m glad to know that mr Herbert is the first recipient of the coveted Pulitzer prize! Sweet!

 

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