Monthly Archives: May 2014

A Wise Saying – Part 104

  ” In his private heart no man respects himself. ”    Mark Twain   R. Van Conoley  ( As an addition to this wise saying, I believe that women most want understanding while men most want respect.  If you doubt … Continue reading

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A Wise Saying – Part 103

It is too late to save our great Republic without a violent revolution.  R. Van Conoley

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A Wise Saying – Part 102

 Allowing the present federal government to supervise our banking system is as psychotic as allowing pedophiles to supervise our children.    R. Van Conoley

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A Wise Saying – Part 101

  Any corporation that is too big to fail is too big to exist.   R. Van Conoley

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A Wise Saying – Part 100

  ”  A man who fears suffering is already suffering from what he fears. ”                     Michel de Montaigne

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A Wise Saying – Part 99

The most difficult thing to cope with is not selfishness or vanity or deceitfulness.  The most difficult thing to cope with is sheer stupidity.  A person needs the talents of an animal trainer to deal with the really stupid.               … Continue reading

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A Wise Saying – Part 98

There is in imitation a desire for equality: to do as others do is to have total insurance that we shall not be left behind.       R. Van Conoley  ( Editor’s Note:  I wonder how many men in DeBary will imitate … Continue reading

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A Wise Saying – Part 97

It is a wise idea to treasure the memories of past misfortunes;  they constitute our bank of fortitude and knowledge.     R. Van Conoley

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A Wise Saying – Part 96

  The psychological force which prompts us to renounce and destroy is not one of denial but one of assertion.  The iconoclast is often more idolatrous than the idol worshiper.       R. Van Conoley  ( Editor’s note:  This aphorism was … Continue reading

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