Decide to be cheerful and happy, for often your circumstances depend on your viewpoint.
Opportunity often knocks so softly you can’t hear it if you’re talking.
The greater your fear of failure, the slimmer your chances of success.
Doing the right thing for the right reasons is the best way to make your part of the world a better place.
If you’re not listening, anything Wisdom speaks won’t help you.
Only a foolish man, or a foolishly proud man, refuses to ask questions.
Some folks find it hard to believe in artificial intelligence, but natural stupidity has a lot of believers thanks to Congress.
Just about anyone can run for Congress, and in some elections we find ourselves wishing we could vote for just about anyone (else).
President Barack Obama signed a credit card bill to help those who don’t pay their bills on time it will be paid for by those who do pay their bills on time.
We too often forget that God’s word, the Bible, is an anchor that can keep us from drifting in the storms.
A good battle stance for most of life’s important battles is on your knees.
To understand Psalm 30:5, “Weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning,” we need to remember that God is the Maker of both the night and the joy.
Be patient when someone is over-talkative; that way, you’ll learn the blessings of both silence and tolerance.
Unkindness never teaches kindness, and intolerance never teaches tolerance.
God made a man and his wife “one flesh,” as the Lord said, so that means you can’t hurt the other half without hurting yourself.
A man who puts his own wants over his wife’s ain’t worth much to start with and will end up being worth less.
In a good marriage, Happiness never has just one name; it must bear the name of both partners
A home should be warmed by love, lighted by understanding, and insulated by prayer.
A husband and wife should split everything down the middle, 60-40, and each one should try to make sure the other gets the 60-percent “half.”