Since August I have been tweeting one or two thoughts a day on Twitter -- some new, some old, some revised. Here is a collection of recent tweets.
"As a friend, you first give your understanding, then you try to understand."
"What to do with your one life? The same thing you would do if you had two lives, and this were the second."
"The trouble with spending your time seeking wealth is that you never get wealthy enough to buy back the time."
"You know you're a family when blaming each other doesn't make any of you feel less guilty."
"There is in every truth a wise saying, and in every contradiction, two wise sayings."
"The trouble with selfish motives is that they begin to look like principles, and you end up sending your kids to die for them."
"Often what we take for a kindness is just someone acting in his or her capacity as a human being."
"Though we have the children of our destiny, destiny knows exactly the ones we would have picked out of our own free will."
"If the human race ever becomes completely civilized, it will be the story of how a species called man became woman."
"Meanwhile, the IRS is after me because I listed Citigroup, Bank of America and Goldman Sachs as dependents."
"It's odd the way that people who don't feel honor-bound to do anything else feel honor-bound to get even."
"The most fundamental winning formula is to bet on human decency and be patient."
~~ Robert Brault