I found these Quotes I’d written in 2011 a few days ago. I’m not going to guarantee they mean anything, ‘cos they probably don’t; but they made me smile Good times!
I didn’t really understand Quotes, mind you. Now I realise, you can’t make quotes; other people pick them out of speeches or books you’ve made
Life is a bit like weather; you have to have the winter to appreciate the summer.
People are like chameleons; they change to fit in with their surroundings.
Some people are like parrots. Always squawking, but for little use.
Most people have brains where you can drive in and out easily. Some people’s brains are dual carriage ways, some are covered with NO ENTRY signs. Some are one way lanes, some have temporary barriers blocking the brain, some have a ditch in between the road outside and the road inside, and some you have to wait for the lights to change to get through.
Words can be the deadliest weapon, the most beautiful form or the sweetest cure.
I’m always setting myself up with big tasks – like dictionaries or novels – and then not fin-!
I find it very hard to meditate and clear my mind. When I think I’ve finally got to the point of having a clear mind I realize I’ve still got three things on my mind: 1. Thinking about meditation 2. Thinking I’ve got to the point of having a clear mind and 3. Realizing I’ve got those two previous things on mind.
I always used to be jealous of other peoples work, then I discovered if I listened to or saw it over a hundred times then it’s quite likely I will get bored of it, so therefore not be jealous of it anymore.
In a conversation it is always safer to stick to the main roads. So don’t turn the steering wheel or you might crash.
The grains of ultimate life lay under many layers of ice.
Life is a bit like being a flower; sometimes it shoots up and at other times it struggles to grow.
Life is a bit like being a goalkeeper; sometimes it just rolls gently at your feet and at other times it bounces and is hard to control.