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Who Shares Your Day and What Did They Say? This is a collection of thought-provoking quotations for each day of the year by people who share YOUR birthday!

March 5

on March 5, 2013

 

#52 -Audrey Hepburn with Rex Harrison Holding ...

#52 -Audrey Hepburn with Rex Harrison Holding Academy Award (Photo credit: fred baby)

Lucy Larcom – 1824 – Poet

“If the world’s a veil of tears, Smile till rainbows span it.”

Rex Harrison – 1908 – Actor

“Exhilaration is that feeling you get just after a great idea hits you, and just before you realize what’s wrong with it.”

Daniel Kahneman – 1934 – Psychologist

“When you analyze happiness, it turns out that the way you spend your time is extremely important.”

Larry Bossidy – 1935 – Businessman

“I am convinced that nothing we do is more important than hiring and developing people.  At the end of the day, you bet on people, not on strategies.”

Dean Stockwell – 1936 – Actor

“It’s not the easiest life in the world, but then no life is easy.”

Leslie Marmon Silko – 1948 – Writer

“Writing can’t change the world overnight, but writing may have an enormous effect over time, over the long haul.”

Bernard Arnault – 1949 – Businessman

English: Penn Jillette at Rio Las Vegas

English: Penn Jillette at Rio Las Vegas (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

“In the luxury business, you have to build on heritage.”

Penn Jillette – 1955 – Entertainer

“The medium is not the message – the message is the message.”

Teena Marie – 1956 – Musician

“OK, so truth hurts – but what else does truth do?”

Joel Osteen – 1963 – Clergyman

“Choosing to be positive and having a grateful attitude is going to determine how you’re going to live your life.”

Mark Z. Danielewski – 1966 – Author

“Anger is one way to respond to fear.  I say one way because responses are categorically multiple.”

John Frusciante – 1970 – Musician

“Everything’s very perfectly balanced; for all the horrible things in the world there’s lots of good things.”

Matt Lucas – 1974 – Actor

“Keep yourself busy if you want to avoid depression.  For me, inactivity is the enemy.”


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