Thursday, June 11, 2009

How many truths are really true?

When I told the rainbow what its colors meant, it laughed.

If you're in the fault-finding business, you'll find me full of faults.

Dreams must be ground into bread and the bread eaten.

I'm the man to call when you need absolutely nothing.

Spend yourself; there's plenty more.

If it rains tonight, rain will be the cause.

Happiness exists, but not the conditions of happiness.

There is a truth for each occasion, but not for all occasions.

Opinion: a sign of ignorance.

Things put in the wrong place have found a new place.

Lead me not into the corporate world but deliver me from evil.

The wisdom of old age: hardening of the arteries.

Every line is the perfect length if you don't measure it.

Suppose nothing is wrong. What do you do, then?