Galen Beckett Quotes

Top 8 wise famous quotes and sayings by Galen Beckett

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Galen Beckett quotes: Like a necktie or a bouquet of flowers, an idea was best if one did not fuss with it too much Like a necktie or a bouquet of flowers, an idea was best if one did not fuss with it too much
Galen Beckett quotes: One is always willfully absurd ... If one does not say silly things with a purpose, then he is merely an idiot. One is always willfully absurd ... If one does not say silly things with a purpose, then he is merely an idiot.
Galen Beckett quotes: When all of life becomes crowded with profound and weighty matters, making time to engage in trivial things becomes an even greater priority. When all of life becomes crowded with profound and weighty matters, making time to engage in trivial things becomes an even greater priority.
Galen Beckett quotes: The man who does the greatest harm is the man who does nothing at all. The man who does the greatest harm is the man who does nothing at all.
Galen Beckett quotes: Beer might make a smart man dull, but coffee is worse because it can delude a dull man into thinking he's smart. Beer might make a smart man dull, but coffee is worse because it can delude a dull man into thinking he's smart.
Galen Beckett quotes: Once a fate cannot be avoided, however horrible it might be, it loses something of its powers of dread Once a fate cannot be avoided, however horrible it might be, it loses something of its powers of dread
Galen Beckett quotes: A curious world isn't it? We think we meet people by chance when chance has nothing to do with it. A curious world isn't it? We think we meet people by chance when chance has nothing to do with it.