An aphorism is nothing else but the slightest
form of writing raised to the highest level of expressive communication. Carl William Brown





They who lose today may win tomorrow.


Miguel De Cervantes (1547-1616, Spanish novelist, dramatist, poet)


Tomorrow do thy worst, I have lived today.


John Dryden (1631-1700, British poet, dramatist, critic)


Tomorrow every fault is to be amended; but tomorrow never comes.


Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790, American scientist, publisher, diplomat)


Tomorrow is a thief of pleasure.


Rex Harrison


You pile up enough tomorrows, and you'll find you've collected a lot of empty yesterdays.


Harrold Hill


He that has given today may, if he so please, take away tomorrow.


Horace (BC 65-8, Italian poet)


Take good care of your future because that's where you're going to spend the rest of your life.


Charles F. Kettering (1876-1958, American engineer, inventor)


I have been nothing... but there is tomorrow.


Louis L'Amour (1908-1988, American Western author)


Not enjoyment and not sorrow is our destined way, but to act that each tomorrow may find us further than today.


Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1819-1892, American poet)


Tomorrow is often the busiest day of the week.


Spanish Proverb (Sayings of Spanish origin)


Tomorrow is now.


Eleanor Roosevelt (1884-1962, American First Lady, columnist, lecturer, humanitarian)


The crisis of yesterday is the joke of tomorrow.


H.G. Wells (1866-1946, British-born American author)


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