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  • It may be that necessity is the mother of invention but awareness is its father.


  • It is probably wise that children remain unaware of their insignificance in both time and space lest they despair of seeking significance. In fact, it’s probably well that most adults remain unaware of this also, since few could handle this reality without equal despair.


  • One of life’s greatest honors is to recognize that one can be counted as being amongst the countless millions of unrecognized honorable unknowns that have incrementally added to the quality of life of today and for tomorrow.


  • A mother does not just give life to her baby, but is also primarily responsible for giving birth to its character.


  • Those that are young and foolish are unlikely to become old if remaining foolish.


  • When another speaks often of iconoclastic things that cannot be true, we call him mad. When another speaks often of iconoclastic things that might be true, we call him a heretic.


  • Computers have exceeded mankind’s ability to answer intelligent questions, but fail to equal mankind’s ability to ask intelligent questions.


  • The easiest way to avoid “brain washing” is to develop a brain that doesn’t need washing.


  • Our greatest threat comes not from those that we distrust, but from those that we mistakenly trust.


  • It seems strange that today in America as the cost of living increases, the value of life seems to decline.


  • The daily newspaper should be regarded as just a brief edited history of yesterday.


  • When thinking gets in a rut, ruts get into the thinking.


  • Love tends to generate the most horrible atrocities when it is love of country and religion, instead of love for one another.


  • Why is it that some can tell a joke that brings on laughter while another, telling the same joke, brings on head-scratching?


  • WALT HASKINS


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