Quotes by Panamanian authors
My father was strict and always taught me, no matter who it is, everybody is an uncle. To me, everybody was someone I respect like family. I grew up with that.
Don't worry about what the people say; be yourself, say what you want to say with respect.
Fishing is a hard job. Fishing at night. Rain. Day, night. You have to be wise and smart. And quick.
I don't like Communism because it hands out wealth through rationing books.
God is good for everybody. The sun shines on good people and bad people, and it rains on both, too. God doesn't choose rain only for bad people.
I am not a father who wants to give his kids everything. They have to earn it.
Because I have a little bit more, that means I'm better than you? No. Unacceptable.
I demand my kids be respectful, responsible and grateful. And they have to love the Lord with all their hearts.
My father is the man that, he will give you what he doesn't have, still. If he has 10 bucks and you need 10 bucks because you're sick or you don't have nothing to eat, he will give you 10 bucks. He will be at zero, but he will help you. That's the kind of man that my father is.
If you don't control your emotions, your emotions will control your acts, and that's not good.
You're just trying to throw the best pitch you can and make sure you hit your spots. I don't have to force nobody.
If I fall, pick up the flag, kiss it, and keep on going.
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