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WITandWISDOM(tm) - June 19, 2001
Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up. - Pablo Picasso
Source: Peter's Pearls, http://www.peterspearls.com.au
~~~~~~~ SPECIAL THOUGHTS:
During the days of the first World War, Enrico Caruso was asked if he would sing at a concert for the benefit of the soldiers. The chairman of the committee who invited him said, "Of course, Mr. Caruso, as this is a charity affair, we would not expect you to do your best. Your name will draw the crowd. I would suggest that you merely sing some song requiring little strength or skill."
Caruso is said to have drawn himself up to full height and with vehemence declared, "Caruso never does less than his best."
Source: The Timothy Report, Copyright (c) 2000 Swan Lake Communications, http://www.swanlake.twoffice.com
~~~~~~~ THIS & THAT:
SPORTS COMMENTATOR'S QUOTES
Part 2 of 2 [Jun 7, 19]
"I owe a lot to my parents, especially my mother and father." (Greg Norman)
"There have been injuries and deaths in boxing, but none of them serious." (Alan Minter)
"Watch the time. It gives you an indication of how fast they are running." (Ron Pickering)
"Just under 10 seconds for Nigel Mansel. Call it 9.5 seconds in round numbers." (Murray Walker)
"A brain Scan revealed that Andrew Caddick is not suffering from stress fracture of the shin." (Jo Sheldon)
"That's inches away from being millimeter perfect." (Ted Lowe)
"I'll fight Lloyd Honeyghan for nothing if the price is right." (Marlon Starling)
"If history repeats itself, I should think we can expect the same thing again." (Terry Venables)
"I can't tell who's leading. It's either Oxford or Cambridge." (John Snagge - Boat Race between Oxford and Cambridge)
"The Queen's Park Oval, exactly as its name suggests, is absolutely round." (Tony Crozier)
Source: Gentle Humor by Lee Daniel Quinn email@example.com
~~~~~~~ KEEP SMILING:
I don't know how I got over the hill without getting to the top. - Author Unknown
Source: Awesome Quotes, http://www.coolnewsletters.com
Research as proven the power of "connecting." Dr. Lisa Berkman of the Harvard School of Public Health, headed a study that followed the lives of seven thousand people in Alameda County, California, for nine years. They found out "whether the people were married or lived alone, what kind of contact they had with friends and relatives, and whether or not they belonged to a church or other religious organization."
When they looked at the group's risk of dying, "the most isolated people were three times more likely to die in that nine year period than those with stronger social ties."
By Neil Eskelin in Neil Eskelin's Daily Jump Start(tm), Copyright (c) 2001, http://www.neileskelin.com