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.
The more things change, prepare yourself for reality.
Get rid of all the extras but remember simplicity can be overdone.
If you do not know something, a good cry can be very therapeutic.
When talking to people smarter than you, talk less, say more.
Count to ten before you go beyond your limitations.
When you come to the end of your rope, remember that life is not an emergency.
If you want something changed, read between the lines.
Do not pet a porcupine unless you live with the consciousness of a poet.