STATUS QUOtes — 20160805

“Everybody has been young before, but not everybody has been old before.” — African Proverb

“A smile is an inexpensive way to change your looks.” — Charles Gord

“Once a person knows a kiss and a kind word, you can’t blame them for never wanting to live without them again. [ed]” — Robert James Waller

“Men don’t care what’s on TV… they only care what else is on TV.” — Jerry Seinfeld

 

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STATUS QUOtes — 20151026

“Ignoring the signs is a good way to end up at the wrong destination.” — Unknown

“…The impulse to keep to yourself what you have learned is not only shameful, it is destructive. Anything you do not give freely and abundantly becomes lost to you. You open your safe and find ashes.” — Annie Dillard

“Close some doors not because of pride incapacity or arrogance but simply because they no longer lead somewhere.” — Paulo Coelho

“If you can’t be kind, at least have the decency to be vague.” — Jerry Seinfeld

 

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STATUS QUOtes — 20150429

“Use your enemy’s hand to catch a snake.” — Persian Proverb

“Wise is what you want to be. Smart is easy compared to wise.” — Jerry Seinfeld

“A whaleship was my Yale College and my Harvard.” — Herman Melville

“Do not touch MY iPhone. It’s not an usPhone, it’s not a wePhone, it’s not an ourPhone, it’s an iPhone.” — Unknown

STATUS QUOtes — 20150309

“Wise men have interpreted dreams and the gods have laughed.” — Howard Phillips Lovecraft

“Truth fears no trial.” — Thomas Fuller

“But as long as you remember what you have seen, then nothing is gone. As long as you remember, it is part of this story we have together.” — Leslie Marmon Silko, Ceremony

“Sometimes the road less traveled is less traveled for a reason.” — Jerry Seinfeld

Too Many Things – Seinfeld and the culture of possessions

Around this time of the year when many presents are exchanged and loved ones receive tokens of love called gifts, this short monologue by Jerry Seinfeld reminds us that there may be too many “things” in our lives. While this is humorous, there is some truth to what he has to say. I think you will be able to identify with some of the concepts he explains.

NOTE: The funny part starts at 1:13 seconds into the routine.