Tuesday, October 12, 2021

Old Farmer's Almanac: Part 2


Besides tidbits of "Jeopardy trivia," the Old Famer's Almanac always contains Words of Wisdom; here are a few:

** Do good if you expect to receive it.
** Gratitude preserves old friendships and procures new ones.
** He who prizes little things is worth of great ones.
** Action is the proper fruit of knowledge.
** Every light is not the sun.
** Luck comes to those who look for it.
** The morning is wiser than the evening.
** Kindness, like grain, increases by sowing.
** Patience is a flower that grows not in every garden.
** Deliver your words not by number but by weight.
** Mirth and motion prolong life.
** Better untaught than ill-taught.

AND best of all:  Definition of a mosquito: A syringe with wings.

Just thought you'd enjoy some "warm fuzzies" once in a while.

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