Monday, March 01, 2010

"Good things come to those who wait"

...this ancient truism certainly applies to New York State Attorney General Andrew Cuomo. In his biding his time before throwing the proverbial "hat in the ring" (as well as protecting his ability to function as A-G) for the Governor's race, Mr. Cuomo demonstrates the power in the philosophy.
New York State Democratic Chairman Jay Jacobs convened an impromptu press conference immediately after Governor David Paterson's departure from the press room in his Midtown office, "Andrew Cuomo is going to be our nominee," Jacobs said, saying Cuomo would choose his own timing. [LINK]

Every weekday morning while I'm waiting for the bus, I send out a "tweet of inspiration" to my followers, a few words of enlightenment or encouragement. Strings of words designed to immediately set the wheels of memory, hope and mortality in motion. If you're not following me, why don't you? Savor these nuggets, if you can:

“What soberness conceals, Drunkenness reveals”

“Every path has its puddle”

“If you want to feel rich, just count the things you have that money can't buy”

“Remember that everyone you meet is afraid of something, loves something, and has lost something”

This message is from a Virgin Mobile customer. Enjoy.
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  1. I love the quote about feeling rich. It is so true. When you can say you have things that money can't buy, you are truly rich, for you have something that no one can buy. It is priceless!


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