Saturday, March 12, 2011


It is customary these days to ignore what should be done in favor of what pleases us. (Plautus in The Book Of Choices by Mike Magee, M.D., p. 111)

The human mind has a unique ability to convincingly fashion its own reality in a manner that allows a person to absolutely know what he absolutely knows not to be so. (Mike Magee, M.D., The Book Of Choices, p. 114)

There is always a danger of heresy when we fall in love with words and forget deeds for deeds are the acid test against which every argument must be tested. (William Barclay, The Letters to Timothy, p. 37)

Words travel while silence stays put. (after Mike Magee, M.D., The Book Of Choices, p. 100)

... if we are not willing to admit to a problem, then we are denying reality and being dishonest. (Selwyn Hughes, Every Day Light, Day 66) 12/Mar/2011 8:36

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