Bob offers wisdom in tiny tidbits by Bob Karolevitz I make lots of notes, so many, in fact, that I can�t keep track of all of them.
Mostly they are little tidbits of wisdom I�ve scribbled on scraps of paper or old napkins. They�re usually anonymous, which means I could take credit for them. But I won�t.
Before I throw them all away � or they appear on e-mail � the least I can do is to share them with you. Here are some of them:
Avenge yourself. Live long enough to be a problem for your kids.
I�m in no hurry; I�m on my way to work.
Ever have one of those days when everything goes right?
Honk if you love peace and quiet.
He who laughs last thinks slowest.
If you don�t learn from your mistakes, there�s no use making them.
No one is ever too old to learn a new way to do something dumb.
Bills travel through the mail at twice the speed of checks.
Lord, help me endure success � especially my neighbor�s.
I�m not hard of hearing; I�m just ignoring you.
Minds are like parachutes; they only function when open.
I don�t have a fear of flying. I have a fear that the plane I�m traveling on will quit flying.
Ninety-nine percent of law-yers give the rest a bad name.
The greatest mystery is how the fool and his money ever got together in the first place.
A grandmother is a baby-sitter who doesn�t hang around the refrigerator.
Anybody can go to heaven on a tombstone.
When someone�s hurt, nobody ever yells, �Is there a hospital administrator in the house?�
The hardness of the butter is directly proportional to the softness of the bread.
A laugh a day keeps the psychiatrist away.
Love is like a mushroom. You never know if its the real thing until it�s too late.
If you think education is expensive, try ignorance.
Opportunity only knocks once, they say, but temptation keeps banging at the door.
Advice comes free; you have to pay for counseling.
Don�t drink coffee on the job or you�ll toss and turn at your desk all day.
I�m consistent � but not always.
About the time you learn to take life with a grain of salt, they put you on a salt-free diet.
I�ve got kleptomania, and I don�t know what to take for it.
If it weren�t for Venetian blinds, it would be curtains for all of us.
Never play leapfrog with a unicorn.
America was much better off when there were more whittlers and fewer chiselers.
It�s called courage if you�re the only one who knows you�re scared.
A true friend is someone who is there for you when he�d rather be anywhere else.
I�ve got insomnia, but I�m not going to lose any sleep over it.
Truly creative ideas will always come after the deadline!
� 2002 Robert F. Karolevitz