Tuesday, May 8, 2007

'It is no surprise'

"When people spend more time planning the wedding than planning their marriage, it is no surprise when the marriage fails because no one bothered to plan for it. ...

"When people spend more time investing and trying to obtain what it is they do not have than investing in what they already have, it is no surprise that a marriage goes bankrupt because nothing was invested in it. "

— Paul Catalanotto, from his latest blog entry, "It Is No Surprise ..."