Frank Clark Quotes

Most popular Frank Clark Quotes

Every adult needs a child to teach; it's the way adults learn.
— Frank Clark

children Adulthood learning

A habit is something you can do without thinking—which is why most of us have so many of them.
— Frank Clark

funny habit

When a man eats his words, that's recyling.
— Frank Clark

funny

A baby is born with a need to be loved—and never outgrows it.
— Frank Clark

parenting

You can suffocate a thought by expressing it with too many words.
— Frank Clark

communication

A leading authority is anyone who has guessed right more than once.
— Frank Clark

experts

You may give gifts without caring—but you can't care without giving.
— Frank Clark

charity

Why not upset the apple cart? If you don't, the apples will rot anyway.
— Frank Clark

management change

A child, like your stomach, doesn't need all you can afford to give it.
— Frank Clark

parenting advisory

It's hard to detect good luck—it looks so much like something you've earned.
— Frank Clark

luck hard work

If you can find a path with no obstacles, it probably doesn't lead anywhere.
— Frank Clark

obstacles motivational adversity perseverance

I think the next best thing to solving a problem is finding some humor in it.
— Frank Clark

problems humor

We ought to be careful not to do for a fellow what we only intended to help him do.
— Frank Clark

helping others

We've put more effort into helping folks reach old age than into helping them enjoy it.
— Frank Clark

old age

Gossip needn't be false to be evil—there's a lot of truth that shouldn't be passed around.
— Frank Clark

gossip

The most important thing that parents can teach their children is how to get along without them.
— Frank Clark

advisory parenting

The penalty for censoring what your children may be taught is children who are brighter than you.
— Frank Clark

parenting

Criticism, like rain, should be gentle enough to nourish a man's growth without destroying his roots.

parenting criticism

There's nothing that can help you understand your beliefs more than trying to explain them to an inquisitive child.
— Frank Clark

children beliefs communication