Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Thoughts for the Graduating Class
"Some times it's worth getting lost to see who will come looking for us."
"What you discover about people you try not to offend is that you can offend them without trying."
"You can live your life so as never to rock the boat, but you could have done that by not being born."
"Never try to be someone else in order to please. Just be yourself and apologize as necessary."
"Once you find someone to share your ups and downs, downs are as good as ups."
"Always laugh off a slight insult, so that people will understand what it means when you're not laughing."
"As a job seeker, remember this: You only lack experience if they want it done the same old way."
"Before you do anything, be sure you would do it the same way if you had it to do over again."
"Always invite into your success the people who helped you get there, for they are the ones most likely to wait for an invitation."
"What you must accept as a parent is that you can't always be there for your child without sometimes ruining everything."
A good speech has a beginning, a middle and an end, the best example being, "I love you."
~~ Robert Brault
Posted by Robert Brault at 3:31 AM