"The point of living, and of being an optimist, is to be foolish enough to believe the best is yet to come."
1921 - 2004
No matter what age you are, the best is yet to come. No matter where you are in your career, the best is yet to come. Each day we live provides us with new opportunities, new ways to grow and new things to learn. Colonel Harlan Sanders was sixty-five when he opened his first Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant. Thomas Edison was sixty-seven when he reinvented the phonograph. At seventy-seven, Grandma Moses began painting. At eighty, Jessica Tandy won an Oscar for the film, Driving Miss Daisy. Winston Churchill wrote A History of the English-Speaking Peoples at age 82. Peter Ustinov acted in the movie, Luther, at age 83. At ninety, Picasso was still producing drawings and engravings. At age 93, P. G. Wodehouse was working on his 97th novel when he died. Remember the best is yet to come.