Mashed Thinking #413

There are some qualities in life that cease to exist once we realize the rug is going to get pulled out from under us.                                                              …

Mashed Thinking #412

If you don’t know what to do, do what needs to be done.                                                                                    …

Mashed Thinking #411

Of two evils, nothing very bad ever lasts too long.                                                                                          …

Mashed Thinking #410

It is nice to be important, but everything has a price.                                                                                        …

Mashed Thinking #409

Always be smarter than the people who hide the truth.                                                                                          …

Mashed Thinking #408

Be wiser than other people if you can, but let the other people do more of the talking.                                                                          …

Mashed Thinking #407

Sometimes it is better to say something different than altering your attitude.                                                                                      …

Mashed Thinking #406

An excuse can sometimes be more damaging than keeping an open mind.                                                                                      …

Mashed Thinking #405

You can say anything you need to say if you give up on the idea that more is better.                                                                        …

Mashed Thinking #404

There is much pleasure to be gained from turning off the TV.                                                                                      …

Mashed Thinking #403

Only your friends will tell you when good enough is not good enough.                                                                                    …

Mashed Thinking #402

The greatest happiness you can have is knowing that you learned to recognize the inconsequential.                                                                               Earl Humphrey