"Stored away in some brain cell is the image of a long-departed aunt you haven't thought of in 30 years. Stored away in another cell is the image of a pink pony stitched on your first set of baby pajamas. All it takes to get that aunt mounted on the back of that pony is to eat a hunk of meatloaf immediately before going to bed."
"The sinner and the repenter are the original division of labor, both expert in their specialities."
"Most people plan to get to heaven by faith or forgiveness, which leaves a small niche opportunity for someone observing the Ten Commandments."
"You can spend too much time wondering which of identical twins is the more alike."
"No matter how carefully we plan our lives, three things have a way of falling out of the blue -- our life's work, our life's partner and our life's purpose."
Is it possible to be the villain of your own life story? Here are symptoms to look for:
1. You find yourself frequently saying, "Curses, foiled again."
2. You wear a highly-starched handlebar mustache.
3. You are frequently mistaken for the late Harvey Korman.
-- Robert Brault