Quote by Ben Stein
I love sleeping in a moving car more than sleeping in bed.
This quote expresses a personal preference for sleeping in a moving car over sleeping in a bed. It suggests that the individual finds the gentle motion and vibrations of a car soothing and conducive to sleep. Sleeping in a moving car may bring a sense of comfort, tranquility, and a feeling of being cocooned within the confined space. This preference could be attributed to personal experiences or simply a unique preference for unconventional sleeping environments.
It is said that for money you can have everything, but you cannot. You can buy food, but not appetite; medicine, but not health; knowledge but not wisdom; glitter, but not beauty; fun, but not joy; acquaintances, but not friends; servants, but not faithfulness; leisure, but not peace. You can have the husk of everything for money, but not the kernel.
For most men, and most circumstances, pleasure --tangible material prosperity in this world --is the safest test of virtue. Progress has ever been through the pleasures rather than through the extreme sharp virtues, and the most virtuous have leaned to excess rather than to asceticism.