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WITandWISDOM(tm) - January 21, 2002
Anything less than a conscious commitment to the important is an unconscious commitment to the unimportant. - Stephen R. Covey, First Things First
Source: Bits & Pieces, September 12, 1996, Copyright (c) Economic Press, Inc., http://www.epinc.com
Subjects: Planning, Priorities
~~~~~~~ SPECIAL THOUGHTS:
The teacher asked the pupils to tell the meaning of loving-kindness. A little boy jumped up and said, "Well, if I was hungry and someone gave me a piece of bread that would be kindness. But if they put a little jam on it, that would be loving-kindness."
Source: Heart Touchers, http://storiesfrommyheart.com/home_page
Subjects: Kindness, Definitions
~~~~~~~ THIS & THAT:
THINGS YOU MIGHT NEVER HEAR FROM A DEBTOR
I thought the bill you sent me was interesting and informative.
I hope we have the opportunity to work together again real soon.
I enclosed an extra $20. Go out and buy yourself something nice.
Are you SURE that's all I owe?
I got a huge raise today. Can I start making bigger payments?
Can I pay for this today?
It's so nice to hear from you again.
I just won $5,000 in the lottery yesterday. Can I just sign the check over to you to cover my bill?
I never realized surgery was so inexpensive.
You accept tips, don't you?
Source: David A. Rinke II's Funny Pages Mailing List
~~~~~~~ KEEP SMILING:
"When I give a lecture, I accept that people look at their watches, but what I do not tolerate is when they look at it and raise it to their ear to find out if it stopped." - Marcel Achard
From: Ed Peacher's "Laughter for a Saturday" mailto:email@example.com?subject=Subscribe_to_Laughter_for_a_Saturday
Source: Monday Fodder dgaufaaa@i ohk.com?subject=Subscribe_Monday_Fodder
An ad agency in Chicago schedules weekly "Show and Tell" sessions for their
employees to share projects they are working on. By pretending they are in the first grade, everybody has a great deal of fun - and learns in the process.
By Neil Eskelin in Neil Eskelin's Daily Jump Start(tm), Copyright (c) 2001, http://www.neileskelin.com