Chapter 14: Wholeness: A Single Word Contains It
Thirteenth: Somebody asked Murphy what he considers an ideal audience. Murphy said, “The ideal audience is one that is highly intelligent, well-educated and just a little bit drunk.”
Fourteenth: One friend asked Murphy, “Were any of your boyish ambitions ever realized?” “Yes,” said Murphy, “when my mother used to cut my hair, I often wished I might be bald.”
Fifteenth: Don’t put off until tomorrow what you can do today. If you enjoy it, you can do it again tomorrow.if you’re young enough.
And the last: The man condemned to die in the electric chair asked his friend Murphy if he had any parting words of wisdom for him. Whereupon the great Murphy replied, “Yes, don’t sit down.”
Enough for today.