To thine own “no” be true.

Let your “no” be “maybe” it will drive you crazy.

Every step forward fires a steel-jacketed no into the heart of the psyche’s impulse to quit.

No has a home on every wise tongue.

Every “no” launched against selfishness is a battle won for generosity.

The one who knows no “no” will do the most good.

You’ll find it best to under no and over yes.

No thy self; yes thy health.

To say “No” to one habit, say “Yes” to another.

To say “no” to a request is to give the person asking an opportunity to be responsible.

Rest your “Yes,” finesse your guest.

Within “No!” creativity is born.

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