It was crafted by Henry Stanley Haskins, a Wall Street trader. The phrase "was misattributed because the assignment of the maxim to a more prestigious individual, e.g., Emerson or Thoreau made it more attractive and more believable as a nugget of wisdom."
This didn't make sense to me, but for some reason I liked it, maybe because I like solitude, but how does one use people as an escape? Maybe if they're insincere in their relationships? Anyway, got me to thinking, which is better than not thinking. ;-)
Best Friend Memories: I really miss the pair of inseperable twins. We shouldn't let words in between us, we are stronger than words. Don't let words tare down our sisterhood. I miss seeing you, talking to you, helping each other and the times and memories