1. Maybe I should have been in the oil business.
3. Probably, I am more patient than you.
4. Stop making it complicated.
5. “I’m sorry to be so blunt, gentlemen, but my experience is that, generally speaking, if a man does not arrive at a meaning for his pains—and if that meaning does not evolve into a mandate for his future—then he is very likely to allow his sufferings to crush him. He’ll use them as an excuse for failure, a barrier against people, and a shield against his own emotions.”
–Stephen Mansfield, Mansfield’s Book Of Manly Men