Some Thoughts On Difficulties From Anonymous

“To avoid trouble and insure safety, breathe through your nose. It keeps your mouth open.”

“Trouble is like muddy water: be patient, don’t stir it, and it will soon clear up.”

“Troubles teach you two things: how many friends you have, and how many people are waiting to catch you bent over.”

“Looking for trouble is wasted energy. All a guy has to do is to sit down and wait.”

“Never bear more than one kind of trouble at a time. Some people bear three: all they have now, all they have had, and all they expect to have.”


Some Thoughts About Difficulties From Anonymous

“One of the most difficult mountains for people to climb is the one they make out of a molehill.”

“It is usually not so much the greatness of our troubles as the littleness of our spirit which causes us to complain.”

“Have you noticed an optimist is always able to see the bright side of other people’s troubles?”

“Having no food to eat will take your mind off other troubles.”

“When you help the fellow who’s in trouble, he’ll never forget you when he’s in trouble again.”

Some Thoughts From Anonymous About Difficulties

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“Some people would have us believe that there’s no difficulty in the world that cannot be overcome. How about trying to squeeze toothpaste back into the tube?”

“The person who is always looking for trouble may someday discover that he’s it.”

‘When the commencement orator tells the graduating class that the world is their oyster, he should also explain the difficulty of cracking the shell.”

“Before you begin to tell your troubles to another person, ask yourself if you would like to listen to his.”

“A lot of trouble is caused by combining a narrow mind with a wide mouth.”

Some Thoughts About Difficulties From Anonymous

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“Patience is the greatest of all shock absorbers. About the only thing you can get in a hurry is trouble.”

“The school of experience never changes; it always issues its diplomas on the roughest grade of sandpaper.”

“One thing is certain. If you laugh at your troubles, you will always have something to laugh at.”

“Have you ever noticed how extremely difficult it is for a person to keep his mind open and his mouth shut at the same time?”

“It’s easy to have a balanced personality. Just forget your troubles as easily as you do your blessings.”