Robes always dignify begging — saffron for the Buddhist monk, black for the college president.
You never find people endeavoring to convince you that you may live very happily upon a plentiful fortune.
You used to have to pay people to wear sandwich boards.
A few bucks: In American parlance, a sum either a great deal more or a great deal less than you wish to represent.
It’s all fun and games until someone gets paid.
A thing got rid of is a joy forever.
Success, n. A not entirely unbroken record of failure.
To be paid for opinions corrupts; and to be paid for particular opinions corrupts absolutely.
Better a handout than a sermon, and better neither than both.
The joy of money lies less in what one does than in what one might do.
Some who earn thousands of times your income don’t deserve it, which is bad; and some do, which is worse.