When I lived in the U.P. of Michigan I never saw a fight in a bar. It’s hard to hit a person that says, “You betcha, by golly!”
“Love” is only a one syllable word but it’s the most powerful one mankind’s ever heard.
Laughter and imagination can overcome any ill-felt sensations.
The needles they poke you with leaves a hole that closes in, but unkind words can make a hole that will never mend.
Somewhere in a galaxy far, far away there’s a person with more Twitter followers than you.
All the sciences, religions and powers of the world boil down to one simple truth: the best storyteller will win in the end!
Imagination is the first step to writing the sequel to your life. Dare to believe and you’re sure to receive.
I’d rather donate 10% of my earnings to homeless people on the street than to an organization that sells negativity that I’ll never defeat.
Your actions are catalysts to another’s actions. One could last a second, another could last to the end of mankind. Share kindness, plant the seed, help humanity overcome their greed.
A smile to someone could make the difference between them going home and ax-murdering their family or having a nice meal!
Make sure your “belief” system leaves room for you to “Be Life!”
People that say “I can’t” should try saying “I choose not to.”
My psychiatrist said, “You’re bipolar.” I said, “Tell us something we don’t already know.”
Why do they always prescribe thyroid medicine to go with the mental illness cocktails they whip up?
Step outside of yourself now and then, treat yourself nice like you treat others and your happiness will soon begin.
This has always bothered me: If change is the only constant, how can we have absolutes?
Lots of ways to have your steak: well done, medium rare, rare, bloody, or fetch me a club.
Decide the type of person you want to be, and when others aren’t looking, unique up on them.
The best way to overcome depression is to work it to death. Whether it be your body or your mind, just be active and some relief you’ll find.
God forgive me for what I’ve done. God forgive me for what I will do. And God forgive me for what I can’t do because my religion won’t let me...
Mentally I can die, emotionally I can cry, physically I can sigh, spirituality I can fly, if I just try.