Make promises cautiously, but once you have made them, fulfill them.
Making little things count is the life work of a good arithmetic teacher.
Many a failure never gets his head above water because he never sticks his neck out.
Many a farmer is often outstanding in his field.
Many a live wire would be a dead one if it weren't for his connections.
Many a man who is burning with enthusiasm finds he's not so hot.
Many have a good aim, but they fail to pull the trigger.
Many men are self-made, but only the successful ones will admit it.
Many people are like whales--when they get to the top, they start to blow.
Many people will give an honest day's work, but they want a week's pay for it.
Marriages may be made in heaven, but two on earth must perform the maintenance.
Middle age: when a narrow waist and a broad mind begin to change places.
Minds, like parachutes, work only when they are open.
Money lost can be replaced, but time lost is gone forever.
Most arguments are sound--mostly sound.
Most husbands would rather buy than be an automatic dishwasher.
Most people resist change--but without it, progress is impossible.
Much happiness is overlooked because it doesn't cost anything.
Much talent is wasted for want of a little courage.
Mud thrown is ground