Sunday, April 20, 2014

The Frictionary # 527

Here is another page taken from The Frictionary:

4786. Laughter is the highest form of tolerance. (Boris Vian)

4787. Silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented. (Elie Wiesel)

4788. Being normal is not necessarily a virtue.  It rather denotes a lack of courage. (Alice Hoffman)

4789. And now, each night I count the stars.
And each night I get the same number.
And when they will not come to be counted,
I count the holes they leave.  (Amiri Baraka)

4790. Destiny is like kids in the schoolyard, it attacks the weakest. (Michel Bussi)

4791. What happens when the future has come and gone? (Robert Half)

4792. Poets find first and seek afterwards. (Jean Cocteau)

4793. A critic can only review the book he has read, not the one the author wrote. (Mignon McLaughlin)

4794. Zeal is like fire: it needs both feeding and watching. (?)

4795. Money is like manure, of very little use except it be spread. (Francis Bacon)

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