52+ Edward W. Howe Quotes And Sayings

Following is our list of the best Edward W. Howe quotes and sayings.

Top 10 Edward W. Howe Quotes (BEST)

  1. Instead of loving your enemies -- treat your friends a little better.
  2. Never tell a secret to a bride or a groom; wait until they have been married longer.
  3. Don't abuse your friends and expect them to consider it criticism.
  4. When a man has no reason to trust himself, he trusts in luck.
  5. When a friend is in trouble, don't annoy him by asking if there is anything you can do. Think up something appropriate and do it.
  6. The only way to amuse some people is to slip and fall on an icy pavement.
  7. A woman who can't forgive should never have more than a nodding acquaintance with a man.
  8. If a woman doesn't chase a man a little, she doesn't love him.
  9. A thief believes everybody steals.
  10. Fishing seems to be the favorite form of loafing.

Edward W. Howe Short Quotes

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  • One of the surprising things in this world is the respect a worthless man has for himself.
  • No man's credit is ever as good as his money.
  • Nothing is wonderful when you get used to it.
  • Abuse a man unjustly, and you will make friends for him.
  • If you don't learn to laugh at troubles, you won't have anything to laugh at when you grow old.
  • Many people would be more truthful were it not for their uncontrollable desire to talk.
  • The average man's judgment is so poor, he runs a risk every time he uses it.
  • I think I am better than the people who are trying to reform me.
  • Every successful man I have heard of has done the best he could with conditions as he found them...
  • Families with babies and families without babies are sorry for each other.

Edward W. Howe Famous Quotes And Sayings

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The underdog often starts the fight, and occasionally the upper dog deserves to win. — Edward W. Howe

A boy doesn't have to go to war to be a hero; he can say he doesn't like pie when he sees there isn't enough to go around. — Edward W. Howe

A young man is a theory, an old man is a fact. — Edward W. Howe

Even if a farmer intends to loaf, he gets up in time to get an early start. — Edward W. Howe

The worst feeling in the world is the homesickness that comes over a man occasionally when he is at home. — Edward W. Howe

To be an ideal guest, stay at home. — Edward W. Howe

When men are not regretting that life is so short, they are doing something to kill time. — Edward W. Howe

The sounder your argument, the more satisfaction you get out of it. — Edward W. Howe

Common sense is compelled to make its way without the enthusiasm of anyone. — Edward W. Howe

Many a man is saved from being a thief by finding everything locked up. — Edward W. Howe

A theory is no more like a fact than a photograph is like a person. — Edward W. Howe

People are always neglecting something they can do in trying to do something they can't do. — Edward W. Howe

Half the promises people say were never kept, were never made. — Edward W. Howe

Everyone suffers wrongs for which there is no remedy. — Edward W. Howe

All of the troubles that some people have in life is that which they married into. — Edward W. Howe

None of us can boast about the morality of our ancestors. The record does not show that Adam and Eve were ever married. — Edward W. Howe

It may be a cold, clammy thing to say, but those that treat friendship the same as any other selfishness seem to get the most out of it. — Edward W. Howe

Youth is about the only thing worth having, and that is about the only thing youth has. — Edward W. Howe

The modest person is usually admired, if people ever hear of them. — Edward W. Howe

What people say behind your back is your standing in the community. — Edward W. Howe

A modest man is usually admired, if people ever hear of him. — Edward W. Howe

When a man says money can do anything, that settles it. He hasn't any. — Edward W. Howe

The way out of trouble is never as simple as the way in. — Edward W. Howe

As a man handles his troubles during the day, so he goes to bed at night a General, Captain, or Private. — Edward W. Howe

Don't be crazy to do a lot of things you can't do . — Edward W. Howe

I believe in grumbling; it is the politest form of fighting known. — Edward W. Howe

The little trouble in the world that is not due to love is due to friendship. — Edward W. Howe

American freedom consists largely in talking nonsense. — Edward W. Howe

You may easily play a joke on a man who likes to argue -- agree with him. — Edward W. Howe

Farmers only worry during the growing season, but towns people worry all the time. — Edward W. Howe

Virtue must be valuable, if men and women of all degrees pretend to have it. — Edward W. Howe

Most of us are either too think to enjoy eating, or too fat to enjoy walking. — Edward W. Howe

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