The Proverbs of Daniel

Absolution is never found on the point of a sword; only more sin.

It's never too late to wake up.

The larger one's cup of blessing is, the more flies of misfortune can land in it.

Being a Christian does not mean you have to have a corn-cob up your ass.

Hollywood is a drawer full of sock-puppets; entertaining on the right hands, but useless on your feet.

One will never be told the whole truth to his face; only behind his back.

He will know how strongly he believes he can fly who steps up to the cliff to jump.

The one on the other end of the sword is always evil.

What good is knowledge not applied, and what use is wisdom not imparted?

A fool will always announce himself, but a wise man is heralded by others.

A funeral is a birthday on the other side.

A white shirt and a spotless reputation are unforgiving of stains.

You become who you spend your time with.

Dig for gold, small chance of success; dig for dirt, small chance of failure.

You don't ask, you don't get.

Words are like bullets; once you pull the trigger, you can't take them back.

One can never find time; it must be taken by force.

Stereotypes exist for a reason.

The fool that knows he is a fool is somewhat less the fool.

Living for others’ approval is like a dog chasing its tail; in the unlikely event he succeeds, he will end up missing a part of himself.

The hardest thing one could ever ask of a man is for him to do nothing.

If you cultivate respect, you will keep it forever; if you demand respect, you will lose it immediately.

Without divine providence, life is just a lottery.

You cannot learn from people who agree with you.

Whomever must enforce their monopoly on the Truth doesn’t really have one.

No man has any more power than he has the obedience of others.