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Habits are at first silk threads, then cables.

Happiness is like a kiss--to appreciate it you must give it to somebody else.

Happiness is not a station at which you arrive but a manner of traveling.

Happiness is not given but exchanged.

Having to suffer the consequences of our acts tends to develop responsibility.

He is lonely who builds himself a wall instead of a bridge.

He lives most who lives for others.

He that inquires much learns much.

He who chooses the beginning of a road also chooses the destination.

He who easily chatters to you about others will easily chatter about you to others.

He who has never made a mistake has never made anything

He who laughs lasts.

He who practices sloppiness will become a perfect slob.

He who sings his own praise is seldom asked for an encore.

 He who talks by the yard and works by the inch should be removed by the foot.

He who turns the other cheek too far gets it in the neck.

Heated arguments cool friendships.

Holding a strong position often arouses strong opposition.

Honesty is the best policy, but there are too few policyholders.

Honesty pays, but not enough for some people.

Horsepower was a lot safer when only horses had it.
 
 

Less than 9% of Americans believe in evolution as taught in the schools.