Cicero

The life of the dead consists in being present in the minds of the living.

Life used to be one thing after another, but now the pace is so fast the things overlap.

Life is made up of three things: pretense, suspense, and expense.

Life is what you make of it, until a new group of politicians makes it worse.

Man can live without air for seconds, without water for days, without food for weeks, and without ideas for years.

The first part or our lives we spend time making money, and the second part we spend money killing time.

When a person puts his best foot forward and gets it stepped on -- that's life.

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