Love, like a chicken salad or restaurant hash, must be taken with blind faith or it loses its flavor.
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A bride at her second marriage does not wear a veil. She wants to see what she is getting.
Never trust a husband too far, nor a bachelor too near.
Falling in love consists merely in uncorking the imagination and bottling the common sense.
Marriage is like twirling a baton, turning hand springs or eating with chopsticks. It looks easy until you try it.
Nowadays love is a matter of chance, matrimony a matter of money and divorce a matter of course.
And verily, a woman need know but one man well, in order to understand all men whereas a man may know all women and understand not one of them.
After a few years of marriage a man can look right at a woman without seeing her and a woman can see right through a man without looking at him.
It isn't tying himself to one woman that a man dreads when he thinks of marrying it's separating himself from all the others.
Before marriage, a man declares that he would lay down his life to serve you after marriage, he won't even lay down his newspaper to talk to you.
A fool and her money are soon courted.
We are never so defensless against suffering as when we love.
I believe that children are our future. Teach them well and let them lead the way. Show them all the beauty they possess inside.
There is a real patriotism underneath the best of my music but it is a critical, questioning and often angry patriotism.
A big part of financial freedom is having your heart and mind free from worry about the what-ifs of life.
I've never been to a race car race before.
Internationally, President Obama has adopted an appeasement strategy. He believes America's role as leader in the world is a thing of the past. I believe a strong America must - and will - lead the future.
You have a strange relationship with calamity when you're a writer: you write about it as an artist, you objectify and fetishize it. You render life into material, and that's a creepy thing to do.
The 1990s, after the reign of terror of academic vandalism, will be a decade of restoration: restoration of meaning, value, beauty, pleasure, and emotion to art and restoration of art to its audience.
Knowledge about the economy, ideas about capitalism and government, the future of the world and geopolitics were things I was never really interested in.
One of the sanest, surest, and most generous joys of life comes from being happy over the good fortune of others.