Aphorisms in Abundance

Michelle Malkin’s promotion of a book called 50 Rules Kids Won’t Learn in School: Real-World Antidotes to Feel-Good Education has led to quite an extensive collection of aphorisms in her comments section. I’d add three:

  • People don’t have to be equally valuable to be of equal value.
  • Sometimes people are to blame for their own hardships.
  • Overcoming your own obstacles is the surest way toward true rewards.
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Greg
Greg
14 years ago

-Not everybody grows up to be a supermodel/movie star/rock star. Somebody has to be a garbage man.
-Feeling good about yourself does not make you a good person. What you DO determines whether you’re a good person or not.
-No matter how important you think you are, wearing a chicken suit makes you an ass.

Rhody
Rhody
14 years ago

Mean girls get fame and fortune.

Bobby Oliveira
Bobby Oliveira
14 years ago

I am not judged by the number of times I get knocked down; I am judged by the number of times I get back up.

Chairm
14 years ago

You’ll never walk alone, even if you feel alone.

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