There is nothing in the world that somebody else could not make a little worse and sell a bit cheaper.
It is not true that costs determine the price. The prices achievable in a market define the costs you can afford.
Many things are technically feasible, but a product can only find a market when its price can be justified.
(Robert N. Noyce)
Once you have gathered enough experience, you are too old to make use of it.
(William Somerset Maugham)
Few people know a lot, nobody knows everything, but some people know everything better.
We are here to become, not to be.
(Johann Michael Sailer)
How much better would we be off if motivation could be as easily stirred as envy.
It is harder to shatter a prejudice than an atom.
It is not wise to pay a lot, but it is even worse to pay too little.
When you pay too much, you lose some money, that's all.
But when you pay too little, you might lose everything, as the thing you bought cannot do what it was supposed to do.
The laws of economics rule out that you can get lots of value for little money.
Everything in life has its price; even the things of which you think you get them for free.
Only few people know how much you have to know in order to know how little you know.
Release me from my passion of wanting to order the affairs of others.
(Teresa von Ávila)
Enjoy life, it is later than you think.
(from the Orient)