One meets his destiny often on the road he takes to avoid it.
You often meet your destiny on the road you take to avoid it.
Priests and road signs show you the way but don't go with you.
The dog has four feet, but he does not walk in four roads at the same time.
The hard road turns the traveller into the same dust that he has to swallow.
He who doesn't know the road holds back even the one that does.
The road of "about," leads only to the house of "never." Near the spring nobody dies of thirst.
No matter how far down a wrong road you are, turn back.
No matter how far you have gone on a wrong road, turn back.
You often meet your fate on the road you take to avoid it.
There's more to good or bad than what's written in the Rulebook.
The best lies to tell," said Jane, "are the ones people to believe.
Now and again. Good residency is about having the power to ask someone to do something, but not necessarily exercising it.
…the known had been so long dwarfed by the unknown that confusion was an easy bedfellow.
Those that see too much quickly find themselves seeing nothing at all.
Curiosity is a descending stair…that leads to only who-knows-where.
7. 3. 12. 31. 208: Reckless disrespect of the lightless hours will not be tolerated.
…although her mouth uttered fond words, her eyes spoke only venom.
Those that can be troubled to muse upon the meaning of life are general disappointed when they figure it out.
Another one of your quippy japes?
For myself, I favored the abstract. I collected not just obsolete terms and words, but ideas.