Not sure of their origin, but the wisdom is timeless.
- Find the lesson in every failure and you’ll never fail.
- The likelihood that you’re right is not increased by the intensity of your conviction.
- Real friends help you feel worthy and make you want to be better.
- When you’re in a hole, stop digging.
- Don’t confuse fun with fulfillment or pleasure with happiness.
- Refusing to let go of a grudge is refusing to use the key that will set you free.
- Hating hurts you more than the person you hate.
- Counting on luck is counting on random chance. Your odds are much better when you plan and work.
- Being kind is better than being clever.
- Don’t underestimate the power of persistence.
- The easy way is rarely the best way.
- It’s much easier to burst someone else’s bubble than to blow up your own.
- You can’t avoid pain, but you can avoid suffering.
- Self-pity is a losing strategy. It repels others and weakens you.
- Shortcuts usually produce short success.
- Control your attitude or it will control you.
- It’s more important to be significant than successful.
- The world is waiting for you to heal it.
Number two jumps out at me. The likelihood that I’m right is not increased by the intensity of my conviction. Boy howdy! Do I ever know this. There are times I have been totally convinced I was right about something only to find out how wrong I am!