Friday, April 27, 2007

More Short Strokes

"An agnostic is an atheist whose parents are still alive."
"It often takes great courage to live the cliche."
"Life's greatest challenge is maintaining hope when there is none."
"There are only three questions: Who am I? What am I? Why am I? The rest is derivative."
"Why is a drunk always brilliant to himself?"
"Do everything in moderation; especially moderation."
"A society is only as high as its lowest member."
"Private guilt and public shame: the glues adhering civilization."
"Crowds, like the truth, are best taken in small doses."
"Religion is early science."
"He and she were perfectly matched: she suffered from verbal diarrhea; he, from mental constipation."
"Failing to achieve a distant goal is more rewarding than achieving a near one."
"Science filters life through logic; art, through imagination."


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