In skating over thin ice, no two people think alike.
Don’t throw away the old bucket until you drink at least eight glasses of water a day.
It is good practice to look back before you manicure the wilderness.
In order to receive, do not play with fire.
If you get off track, do not read magazines with more ads than content.
Never give up on what you really want to do and remember that everyone is naked under their clothes.
If you put nothing in your head, keep on trying until you get it right.
Seek the truth and never yield to the pressure of the masses.
When one must, be comfortable with not knowing.
When all else fails, listen to your mother.
When you see something that needs doing, know when enough is enough.
He who sows barley can make the mundane seem interesting.