My 10 Favorite Quotes for Living.

Happy Presidents Day. Karen and I are in San Francisco visiting some friends. I thought I would repost this blog since it was one of my early ones and I do not think too many of you will have read it. My niece prompted my rereading of this blog when she told me she wanted to print Santayana’s quote on her body as a tattoo. Probably reflecting my age, but I would hope my “wisdom” I advised her not to. Instead, I recommended she get the quote on a wall frame and post it in her house. Easier to change then a tattoo. Anyway, these are some of my favorite quotes and what they mean to me. Please feel free to add your posts in the comments section. I would love to know what you like.

Aging Capriciously

Some say, you can judge a person by their goals and the vision they have for the world.  Others say, you should judge a person by their actions and not their words.  I suggest we can judge a person by the aphorisms and thoughts that govern their behavior.  Each of us from the time we were born has been told stories and parables that have left their mark on our lives. Who we are is shaped by these stories and the indelible morals they have imprinted on our lives.  Often we only remember some short phrase or memorable quote from these tales but they continue to have an important impact on our lives long after we have forgotten the actual source or story they are derived from.

For my blog today, I am going to print my TOP TEN FAVORITE QUOTES of all time.  If you want to judge me…

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