The Frictionary # 597
Here is another page taken from The Frictionary:
5496. Knowledge is power, but enthusiasm pulls the switch. (Ivern Ball)
5497. -Your metabolism slows down as you get older.
- But, time goes faster to make up for it. (Bob Thaves -"Frank & Ernest")
5498. Pigeons: demoted postmen. (Rabii Rammal)
5499. Listen in order to do, do in order to understand. Do not come to the conclusion that just by listening you have understood. (Shanti Dharm)
5500. Once I saw happiness as a destination, and sought a shortcut. Now I see happiness as a road, and treasure its every bend. (Robert Brault)
5501. What am I living for and what am I dying for are the same question. (Margaret Atwood)
5502. He who controls people's fears becomes the master of their souls. (Niccolo Machiavelli)
5503. Strewn across my bed the moon
...through a window
...lies across the sheets like a lover. (Jim Culleny)
5504. The saddest moment is when the person who gave you the best memories becomes a memory. (?)
5505. We have two lives. The second one begins the day we realize we have only one. (Confucius)
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