(104) “Studying humor is like dissecting a frog in biological studies where we may know a lot but we end up with a dead frog.” (Mark Twain)
(105) Humor is a tonic which works more effectively rather than any other remedy and easily available within one’s own self also. (Valibhai Musa)
(106) “Because of my lack of hair, I tell people that I am a former expert on how to cure baldness.” (Allen Klein)
(107) “How many legs does a dog have if you call the tail a leg? Four. Calling a tail a leg doesn’t make it a leg.”( Abraham Lincoln)
# A Sense of Humor
(108) “My advice to you is to get married. If you find a good wife, you will be happy; if not, you’ll become a Philosopher.” (Socrates)
(109) “Marriage may be either self decided or externally supported; but before getting married, both the persons should know each other very well.” (Valibhai Musa)
(110) “Marriage is such as we may bring the horse to water, but we cannot force the horse to drink it.” (Unknown source)
(111) “A wise bird will not be the prisoner even if the net might have been knitted with the silk threads.”(A Persian verse)
(112) “Why should we care which side of our bread is buttered on when we eat both sides anyway.” (Unknown source)
(113) “A volley of questions may arise in our mind, but we should sort out some important only and try to find out their answers.” (Valibhai Musa)
(114) “Never marry anyone you could not sit next to during a three-day bus trip.” (A funny quote from unknown source)
(115) “Person, in selecting the spouse, is free either to follow one’s inner voice and rebel against parents and society or give in before them.” (Valibhai Musa)
(116) “‘To use own best judgments over any issue.’ is wisdom.” (Valibhai Musa)
(117) “’No life without wife’ is true; but ‘A bad wife is a good knife to cut a married life easily” is equally true.’ Remember that ‘a bad husband’ also may become ‘a bigger knife’ to finish all within no time. (Valibhai Musa)
(118) “To wear an artificial smile on face” is an art and any unsuccessful spouse in married life has to perform it willingly or unwillingly.” (Valibhai Musa)
(119) “Drama is life with the dull bits cut out.” (Alfred Hitchcock); but, it may be read as “Life is a drama without the dull bits cut out!”(Valibhai Musa)
(120) “Between husband and wife, there should be no secrets from one another. I have a very high opinion of the marriage tie. I hold that husband and wife merge in each other. They are one in two or two in one.” (Gandhiji)
(121) “Love does not consist in gazing at each other but looking in the same direction together.” (Antonne de Saint-Exupery)
(122) “Don’t marry the person you think you can live with; marry only the person you think you can’t live without.” (Dr. James C. Dobson)
(123) “A successful marriage requires falling in love many times, always with the same person.” (Mignon McLaughlin)
(124) “Marriage is that relation between man and woman in which the independence is equal, the dependence mutual, and the obligation reciprocal.” (Louis K. Anspacher)
(125) “Relationships, marriages are ruined where one person continues to learn, develop and grow and the other person stands still.” (Catherine Pulsifer)
(126) “The trouble with wedlock is that there’s not enough wed and too much lock.” (Christopher Morley)
# Life Partner
Please find here below some wonderful quotes on ‘Marriage’ sent by Mr. Arvind Patel by Mail.
1. A married couple usually works out a budget together and then breaks it separately.
2. A Missouri man complains that he was married fifteen years ago by a Justice of Peace,and since that time he has had neither justice nor peace.
3. The best and surest way to save a marriage from divorce is not to show up for the wedding.
4. A wedding cake is the only cake that can give you indigestion for the rest of your life.
5. Time separates the best of friends,and so does money—-and marriage.
6. Some girls get married for financial security;others get divorced for the same reason.
7. Most men think they are marrying a cook;most women think they are marrying a banker.
8. An Ohio woman reports that she has a “glow-worm”marriage.The glow has gone,but the worm remains.
9. A marriage may be a holy wedlock or an unholy deadlock.
10. An engagement is an urge on the verge of a merge.