- Learn to unlearn.
- Truth does not blush.
- Enjoy the journey as much as the stay.
- Stretch beyond what is comfortable.
- If you think you can, you can.
- Pack you own parachute.
- Fall seven times, stand up eight.
- Keep your soul young.
Turn to any page and find the secrets of life.
Barbara Ann Kipfer is the author of numerous Workman books including, most recently, The Order of Things. She is a lexicographer and writer whose many works include Roget’s International Thesaurus, other reference books, spiritually themed books, and list books. She lives in New England.
A life-changing book that provides you with a daily mantra to thrive by. I've given at least 7 books as presents and have heard only rave reviews. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nannette Simone-Furman
Being older you remember some of these sayings by your Parents. There were also other interesting sayings as well. Very funny at times, historical others, Overall a good read. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Walt2401
My daughter read it an try to use it. But I do not know she can remeber all or not. She like that book and have fun and laugh.Published 2 months ago by Michelle Dinh
Great gift for any graduate! Though I have not made my way through the entire book, what I have read is inspiring.Published 3 months ago by Rica Jones
Really fun book to have on the coffee table! I started reading it in a doctor's office and wanted my own copy! Good read!Published 6 months ago by Mack30
This is a nice little book to have to go back to and read a few pages here and then. Can always add a smile to anyone's face (:Published 10 months ago by camilia
This book has so many wisdom lines. It is best to just read a page or 2
a day to let them sink in.
THIS book is good to read before you go to bed.
Easy to read and very simple.
I love it.
My wife sent this book as a gift. It has so much information that we thought it would be good for a 18 year old. The thank you note was that I enjoyed the book very much. Read morePublished 15 months ago by M. Mayer