Walk a mile in a man's shoes and you won't need to judge him. He's barefoot, a mile behind you, and you've got his shoes. <br><br><br>A piece of advice that kept me alive more than once: put your foot out to meet the train. Don't let it drag you. I was working on the railroad, you see, and we had to board moving trains -- sometimes at pretty swift speeds. There is a way to do it that always gets you on. the other ways will throw you under. <br><br>Other advice: use sunscreen, rest now and then. <br><br>And: Blow up your tv. Throw away the papers. Move to the country. Build yourself a home. Plant yourself a garden. Have a lot of children. Let em all find Jesus on their own. (that was a John Prine song)<br><br>I haven't followed all the above except for the first two: I threw out my tv and papers. Didn't blow anything up; bad for the environment. <br><br>Best advice ever: Stay with the Mac. Of course, I was the one giving it, having started with the mac in early 1984. <br><br>[color:green]Pictures and things</font color=green>
i echo your sentiments.<br><br>i bought his book when i was in college. at the time, basketball was my life and i was reading every book on the subject when i wasn't playing. i figured his book would be just another hoops book and i was completely wrong. his book is great for a kid like me at the time -- trying to find myself and my direction in life. it's all about becoming a person you want to be, etc. perfect book at the perfect time . . . and some of those quotes you listed are in that book.<br><br>--<br>[color:red] Kansas Jayhawks -- 2008 National Champions </font color=red>
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