SALT AND THOUGHTS
 
Salt both seasons and preserves food, but can lose its saltiness. Salt is a symbol of perpetual friendship. Arabs still say, “There is salt between us” to signify the importance of peacemaking and peacekeeping. Salt has two primary purposes, it preserves and adds flavour. Therefore your words should be seasoned with salt – . It means they should preserve and not corrupt, always be in good taste, and promote well being.Just as a river can’t rise higher than its source, no enterprise can rise higher than its leadership.
 
Old Arab proverb that says, ” if you stop every time a dog barks, your road will never end”
 
Celtic proverb. It’s a hard road that is walked alone. Get advice from trusted friends.
 
Big doors swing on little hinges, taking small steps of faith will move me forward.
 
The tongue is the only blunt instrument in the world that gets sharper with use
 
Pain is inevitable – misery is optional.
 
The largest room in the world is the room for self improvement.
 
Habits either work for or against you. Take any habit you practice, x it by 365 days, then x it by 70 or 80 years and you can write your own obituary. If you’re serious about changing your life, you must stop practicing bad habits and start instituting good ones.
 
Don’t use my faith to belittle others. Just because I have graduated, don’t burn down the school. Remember the tests I didn’t do so well in!
 
Yesterday is a cancelled cheque, tomorrow is a promissory note, but today is all I’ve got. Yesterday was for learning, tomorrow is a consequence of what I do today.
 
The same sunshine that melts the butter, hardens the clay
 
Ernest Hemingway – it takes 2 years to lean to speak, and 60 years to learn how to keep quiet!
 
Words create or destroy, discourage or inspire, heal or hurt, so choose what you say carefully.
 
Even fools are thought wise when they keep silent
 
Don’t throw someone away because they made a mistake. I wouldn’t discard my car over a faulty part. I would fix it, and pay what I needed to.
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