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“Three May Keep A Secret, If Two Of Them Are Dead.”

My dear, You can learn a lot about keeping a secret from the three wise monkeys. Three may keep a secret, if two of them are blind. Three may keep a secret, if two of them are deaf. Three may keep a secret, if two of them are mute. Three may keep a secret, if the secret’s either not seen, not heard, or not spoke. Ahhh, but with living creatures that’s an impossibility. Three may keep a secret, if two of them are...

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“If You Would Be Loved, Love And Be Lovable.”

My dear, How selfish the being is who does not love. How selfish the being is who is loved yet returns none. How selfish the being is who is loved yet continously makes it harder to be loved forevermore. If you would be loved, love and be lovable. Simple are these words that I utter. Difficult are they to implement. Falsely yours, Benjamin...

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“One Today Is Worth Two Tomorrows.”

My dear, One today is worth two tomorrows. One small sure thing is worth two great maybes. For today is small, but sure. And tomorrow is great, but maybe great. Do you have an hour today? A minute? Then spend it wisely, it’s worth more than all of tomorrow. Falsely yours, Benjamin Franklin ...

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“It Isn’t What You Know That Counts, It’s What You Think Of In Time.”

My dear, Yesterday I verbally dueled with a man twice my height in knowledge. I won. He rested his confidence on his knowledge. I rested mine on my ability to connect ideas, and quick-draw them just in time to fire. As I said, I won. It isn’t what you know that counts, it’s what you think of in time. Falsely yours, Benjamin Franklin ...

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