Food for thought from "How Starbucks Saved My Life" by Michael Gates Gill:

You can't serve if you try to control the people you serve, I realized.


Food for thought from "The Facts Behind the Helsinki Roccamatios" by Yann Martel:

What should I do, where should I head? I considered various career options. In what oyster did I want to be a grain of sand?
Food for thought from "Wicked" by Gregory Maguire:

I just think, like our teachers here, that if ministers are effective, they're good at asking questions to get you to think. I don't think they're supposed to have the answers. Not necessarily.

Nanny, don't gossip, it hurts my soul.

That's doubt for you, it scours hope out of everything.

You may be right. You know, I'm getting used to stiff muscles in the morning. Sometimes I think that vengeance is habit forming too. A stiffness of the attitude.


Food for thought from "The Good Wife Strikes Back" by Elizabeth Buchan:

I'm biding my time, she said. It's an art all women have to develop.

You get tired of everything. The question is, what do you tire of least?

As the professor had argued so cogently, being good and being truthful were not necessarily the same.