I've mentioned before that on the back of my Dilbert page-a-day calendar are puzzles, trivia, this day in history and quotes. There are two quotes that have shown up recently that have set some calm to the raging storms that have surrounded me the last couple of months.
The first one is by American poet Paul Eldridge:
"To judge a man's character by only one of its manifestations is like judging the sea by a jugful of it's water."
The second is by American writer,publisher, artist and philosopher Elbert Hubbard:
"Never explain. Your friends do not need it and your enemies will not believe it anyway."
I don't know if they did anything for you, but they sure did me a world of good.
6 years ago