By Adam Savage
I don’t have an attitude problem. You have a problem with my attitude and that’s not my problem.
Good morning my friend. It’s a new day, I hope things get better…For this I did pray, may all of your problems be out on their way on this bright morning that starts this new day.
There was never a night or a problem that could defeat sunrise or hope.
Life is a journey with problems to solve and lessons to learn but most of all…Experiences to enjoy. Good Morning.
Karma has no problem getting back in touch with you when need be.
I saw but one glaring truth: These are not natural disasters but man-made tragedies for which there is only one man-made solution-peace.
Brushing a girl’s hair behind her ear once a day will solve more problems than all those therapists and drugs.
I believe the gun is no solution to problems.
My poet’s heart gives me strength to face political problems, particularly those which have a bearing on my conscience.
In the euphoria after the Cold War, there was a misplaced notion that the UN could solve every problem anywhere.
No guns but only brotherhood can resolve the problems.
We believe in resolving all disputes peacefully.
So the problem is not so much to see what nobody has yet seen, as to think what nobody has yet thought concerning that which everybody sees.
My problem happens to be nearsightedness – inability to see distance. And this is pretty tough on a golfer.
The only true solution would be a convention under which all the governments would bind themselves to defend collectively any country that was attacked.
The discovery of penicillin was a triumph of accident, a fortunate occurrence that happened while I was working on a purely academic bacteriological problem.
It is a bit embarrassing to have been concerned with the human problem all one’s life and find at the end that one has no more to offer by way of advice than “try to be a little kinder.”
Simple solutions seldom are. It takes a very unusual mind to undertake analysis of the obvious.
How could this Y2K be a problem in a country where we have Intel and Microsoft?
We have to abandon the conceit that isolated personal actions are going to solve this crisis. Our policies have to shift.