Three old men are walking together. One says, “It’s windy.” The second old man says, “No, it’s Thursday.” The third says, “I’m thirsty, too. Let’s go have a drink.”
An old man shuffles down the sidewalk and goes into an ice cream store. He slowly makes his way over to the counter, groans, struggles, and then finally makes it up on a stool. He catches his breath and orders a bannana split. The waitress asks, “Crushed nuts?” The man says, “No. Arthritis.”
The driver was upset. “I didn’t mean to run over your rooster. I’d like to replace him.” The farmer gestured and said, “Go ahead. Introduce yourself to the hens – they’re around back.”
“Time relieves the foolish from sorrow, but reason relieves the wise. No one is free who is not master of himself.” Epictetus
“Lack of confidence doesn’t come from difficulty; difficulty comes from our lack of confidence.” Seneca
A man sees his doctor and after the exam the doctor gives the man six months to live. The man is upset to say the least. He goes to the account window and when he sees his bill he tells the woman he can’t pay. The doctor overhears the conversation and decides to give the man another six months to live.