Talk:Robert Fulghum

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  • I was 23 when I came to Bellingham in 1960 — from Mars, they must have thought. I've always had a very sentimental feeling about the importance of that first ministry in my life.
  • I've always thought anyone can make money. Making a life worth living, that's the real test.
  • If you want an interesting party sometime, combine cocktails and a fresh box of crayons for everyone.
  • It will be a great day when our schools have all the money they need, and our air force has to have a bake-sale to buy a bomber.
  • Living things have been doing just that for a long, long time. Through every kind of disaster and setback and catastrophe. We are survivors.
  • Peace is not something you wish for; It's something you make, Something you do, Something you are, And something you give away.
  • The world does not need tourists who ride by in a bus clucking their tongues. The world as it is needs those who will love it enough to change it, with what they have, where they are.
  • To be human is to keep rattling the bars of the cage of existence hollering, What's it for?