Motivational James Lendall Basford Quotes

James Lendall Basford Quotes

James Lendall Basford:- James Lendall Basford was a watchmaker and jeweler in Massachusetts who published two books of his own aphorisms – Sparks from the Philosopher’s Stone in 1882 and Seven Seventy Seven Sensations in 1897 – “the result of ideas which have forced themselves into expression during a period of the author’s life, extending from early youth to middle age, amidst the many cares and perplexities of a business life.”


James Lendall Basford Quotes


“The man who never has money enough to pay his debts has too much of something else.”-James Lendall Basford


“Death robs the rich and relieves the poor.”-James Lendall Basford


“There is much proud humility and humble pride in the world.”-James Lendall Basford


“Wrinkles are beauty’s death lines.”-James Lendall Basford


James Lendall Basford Quotes and Wisdom


“Human happiness depends mainly upon the improvement of small opportunities.”-James Lendall Basford


“How often do our thoughts play ‘hide-and-seek’ with us in our memory!” -James Lendall Basford


“Deep thinkers often lose two good thoughts by coming to the surface to record one.” -James Lendall Basford


“Most of what is said under excitement is regretted when we become ourselves again.”-James Lendall Basford


“The man who never has money enough to pay his debts, has too much of something else.” -James Lendall Basford


“No monarch is so well obeyed as that whose name is Habit.” -James Lendall Basford


“Men usually take better care of their boots than of their stomachs.” -James Lendall Basford