GREAT PHILOSOPHIES

You can not step into the same river twice. (Heraclitus)

I have met the enemy and it is us. (Pogo)

You have to do with what you got because that’s what pays off in the end. (Briar rabbit)

A jury is twelve men and women chosen to decide who has the better attorney.
( Robert Frost)

He who will not answer to the rudder will answer to the rock.

Circumstances are the rulers of the weak. They are but the instruments of the wise. (Samuel Lover)

It is not the man who has too little, but the man who craves more, that is poor. (Seneca)

Good fences make good neighbors. (Robert Frost)

A man is never so on trial as in the moment of excessive good fortune. (Lewis Wallace)

Life is uncertain, eat desert first.

It is better to have a hen tomorrow than an egg today. (Fortune Cookie)

In the cookies of life, Friends are the chocolate chips. (pillow)

Faith– ” Belief without evidence in what is told by one who speaks without
knowledge of things without parallel.” (Ambrose Briece)

Scientists and educators alike need to realize that the educated person is not the person who can answer the questions but the person who can question the answers.

Religion began when the first knave met the first fool. (Voltaire)

If voting could really change things it would be illegal. ( Revolution Books, NY, NY)

Lawsuit: A machine which you go into as a pig and come out as a sausage (Ambrose Bierce)

It is not those that ask the questions BUT those who question the answers that are wise.

“Exercise is for people who can’t handle drugs and alcohol.”- Lily Tomlin

If you look for truth outside of yourself you are getting further away from it.

He who can not reason is a fool and he who dares not is a slave. —Lord Byron

EDUCATION IS NOT THE FILLING OF THE BUCKET BUT THE LIGHTING OF A FIRE

A man is not old until regrets take the place of his dreams. — John Barrymore