"Come, I will share with you my knowledge -- or at least the memory of what I once knew."
"Whatever you put aside to seek happiness, remember where you put it."
"How, child, do I know where you're headed? Because I'm there, and I can see you coming."
"When you think about it, what could be more deceptive than a Ponzi scheme of the people, by the people and for the people."
"Every pet owner is part paranoid, seeking a companion who cannot possibly be part of the plot."
"Say what you want about aging, it's still the only way to have old friends."
"There are people who live their whole lives on the default settings, never realizing you can customize."
"In the triumph of proving some critic wrong, we sometimes forget the friend we proved right."
"What do I ask of life except the chance to live yesterday over again and tomorrow in advance."
I have this friend Les, who's written his autobiography and wants me to suggest a title. I'm thinking, The Road Les Traveled By.
"Each day learn something new, and just as important, relearn something old."
"In the happiest of our childhood memories, our parents were happy, too."
"Everyone who succeeds writes a book, so if I ever by some wild chance succeed, I'm going to write a book on how to succeed by some wild chance."
"It's hard to make up your bed while you're still sleeping in it. Hard to make up your mind for the same reason."
"Meanwhile, sales of my book, Work Your Tail Off and Succeed, have reached single digits."
~~ Robert Brault