March '04 Epigrams of the Day

Impossible things are simply those things which so far have never been done.

Is he sincere? Probably not, if he is always asking this question about others.

To feel, to think, to know, to live, aye! to suffer, are not small things - I'm glad I'm here.

My heart goes out to the man who does his work when the "boss" is away, as well as when he is at home.

What is it that wins? Work you say, but you are wrong. It is desire that brings every good thing.

Let us pity the folks who are not here.

Your friend is the man who knows all about you, and still likes you.

Most doctors think in terms of antiseptic gauze.

The greatest joy in life is the joy of being "next."

Let Teddy and Tillman combine and deport every preacher and doctor in the land, making the study of Emerson's "Self Reliance" compulsory, and the country will be a gainer.

A renunciant is like a man who cannot dance - he is jealous of the joyous.

Calm, patient, persistent pressure wins.

Be yourself and you'll be distinguished.

Slip under the canvas of the Heavenly Pantheon with me.

No man regrets the flight of time excepting the one who fails to improve it.

You can never experieince but one kiss.

Most doctors think in terms of antiseptic gauze.

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