Points To Ponder
Calling yourself someone's friend is not always an issue of convenience.
Frustration is defined as; the point one reaches when intellect and common sense don't line up.
People spend entirely too much time worried about things they can't control and too little time concerned about things they can.
An intellectual man knows exactly what to say at the most opportune moment. A wise man understands the benefit of knowing when he should refrain from speaking.
Anxiety is evidence of an unyielding quest for accomplishment. Peace results from acceptance of one's limitations.
Words spoken are most comparable to the air one breathes; upon escaping the mouth, they can never be recovered.
A true friend is somebody who knows everything about you...but likes you anyway.
A lie is likened unto a chameleon that continuously changes whereas, truth will always maintain the same appearance.
The quest for excellence serves to dispel complacency...mother of all failures.
It is a wise man who seeks just counsel but a fool who searches the biased opinions of friends.