From this month's issue of Reader's Digest:

The first step to getting the things you want ouf of life it this: Decide what you want. (Ben Stein)

When you relinquish the desire to control your future, you can have more happiness. (Nicole Kidman in The Scotsman)

People call it luck when you've acted more sensibly than they have. Anne Tyler, Celestial Navigation (Knopf)

Humor is a rubber sword--it allows you to make a point without drawing blood.
(Mary Hirsch)

When you win, say nothing. When you lose, say less. (Paul Brown)

The reward for conformity was that everyone liked you except yourself. (Rita Mae Brown, Venus Envy (Bantam)

Assumptions are the termites of relationships.
(Henry Winkler)

Concentration comes out of a combination of confidence and hunger. (Arnold Palmer)

I catnap now and then, but I think while I nap, so it's not a waste of time. (Martha Stewart in McCall's)

It's a sign of mediocrity when you demonstrate gratitude with moderation. (Roberto Benigni in Newsweek)

You're only given a little spark of madness. You mustn't lose it. (Robin Williams)

Happiness? That's nothing more than health & a poor memory. (Albert Schweitzer)