Never tell a man how to do something. Tell him what to do and let him surprise you with his ingenuity.
—George S. Patton (American Military Leader)
The happiness of life may be greatly increased by small courtesies in which there is no parade, whose voice is too still to tease, and which manifest themselves by tender and affectionate looks, and little kind acts of attention.
—Laurence Sterne (Irish Anglican Novelist)
A man loves the meat in his youth that he cannot endure in his age.
—William Shakespeare (British Playwright)
The past is a work of art, free of irrelevancies and loose ends.
To be happy means to be free, not from pain or fear, but from care or anxiety.
—W. H. Auden (British-born American Poet)
Your hopes, dreams and aspirations are legitimate. They are trying to take you airborne, above the clouds, above the storms, if you only let them.
—William James (American Philosopher)
Nothing valuable can be lost by taking time.
—Abraham Lincoln (American Head of State)
The world is too must: with us; late and soon, getting and spending we lay waste our powers. Little we see in nature that is ours.
—William Wordsworth (English Poet)
None but the brave deserve the fair.
—John Dryden (English Poet)
He who has never failed somewhere, that man cannot be great.
—Herman Melville (American Novelist)
Leaders must live by higher standards than their followers.
—John C. Maxwell (American Christian Professional Speaker)
Nothing is more fatal to health than an over care of it.
—Benjamin Franklin (American Political leader)
You can easily judge the character of a man by how he treats those who can do nothing for him.
—Malcolm Forbes (American Publisher)