Saturday, 15 December 2007

Selfhelp slogans

Again is not always a gain.
The race is not always to the swift; though the flight may be.
It's good ethics to be ethnice.
Expect miracles from falling water.
We make a cult of difficult; but where is our easicult?
Do you have the nerve for verve?
A story has a beginning, a middle and an end; life only a beginning.
'Call no man happy until he is dead'; but don't call him sad either.
Soul is old; we need new.
Zero-sum is handsome.
God died honourably, and deserves honest burial.
Last days last all day.
Each of us is a slave to our need to lave.
Neither courage nor fear is our unique property.

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