Michael Levine

1954? -

A Quote by Michael Levine on good, manners, rules, and society

Good manners are like traffic rules for society.

Michael Levine (1954? -)

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A Quote by Michael Levine on learning, mistakes, reading, and writing

When you make a mistake, write down what you've learned before a week passes. The process of writing it and reading it can help you avoid repeating it.

Michael Levine (1954? -)

Source: Lessons at the Halfway Point

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A Quote by Michael Levine on children and parenthood

Having children makes you no more a parent than having a piano makes you a pianist.

Michael Levine (1954? -)

Source: Lessons at the Halfway Point

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A Quote by Michael Levine on food and world

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Chemically speaking, chocolate really is the world's perfect food.

Michael Levine (1954? -)

Source: as quoted in The Emperors of Chocolate: Inside the Secret World of Hershey and Mars

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A Quote by Michael Levine on life

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It is vital to give yourself credit for the agony you have survived throughout life.

Michael Levine (1954? -)

Source: Lessons at the Halfway Point

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A Quote by Michael Levine on decisions

Decide early in any situation what is your limit; then, don't cross it.

Michael Levine (1954? -)

Source: Lessons at the Halfway Point

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A Quote by Michael Levine on ability and planning

Those tentative about making plans are often unsure of their ability to show up.

Michael Levine (1954? -)

Source: Lessons at the Halfway Point

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A Quote by Michael Levine

The older I get, the more heartfelt my prayers become.

Michael Levine (1954? -)

Source: Lessons at the Halfway Point

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A Quote by Michael Levine on appearance

I still give importance to appearance, although I came across some idiots very well dressed.

Michael Levine (1954? -)

Source: Lessons at the Halfway Point

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A Quote by Michael Levine on children and rules

Three things that children ought to know: who is in charge, what are the rules and who is going to enforce them.

Michael Levine (1954? -)

Source: Lessons at the Halfway Point

Contributed by: Zaady

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