David Mas Masumoto Famous Quotes & Sayings

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8 David Mas Masumoto Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

David Mas Masumoto Sayings: I get superstitious in late summer. I get superstitious in late summer.
David Mas Masumoto Sayings: All good farmers become connoisseurs of dirt and dust. All good farmers become connoisseurs of dirt and dust.
David Mas Masumoto Sayings: A new planting is like having another child, requiring patience and sacrifice and a resounding A new planting is like having another child, requiring patience and sacrifice and a resounding optimism for the future
David Mas Masumoto Sayings: Opportunity is born with each new year. Opportunity is born with each new year.
David Mas Masumoto Sayings: Good neighbors are worth more than an extra sixteen trees. Good neighbors are worth more than an extra sixteen trees.
David Mas Masumoto Sayings: I feel persecuted by the power of mother nature, who dwarfs my farm with her I feel persecuted by the power of mother nature, who dwarfs my farm with her unpredictable character. Yet I cling to a spirit of survival. I observe others, my family and neighbors, as we brace for the storm with a humbling humility.
David Mas Masumoto Sayings: I know of no trunk full of old heirlooms, no felt hats or army uniforms. I know of no trunk full of old heirlooms, no felt hats or army uniforms. There are no tarnished medals or gold watches. I've stopped dreaming of discovering the old shoe box filled with the history of our family, the documents and letters that recorded our family's arrival and the historical milestones as my grandfathers left their mark on a place. There is no journal or diary. I do not know if they knew how to read or write. I could easily dismiss their existence. Their lives seem empty and still, void of emotion. I cannot tell if they wear scars. I only know of my grandfathers as broken old men.
David Mas Masumoto Sayings: A type of humility marks a real farmer. Those of us who battle nature all A type of humility marks a real farmer. Those of us who battle nature all year must ultimately accept the had we're dealt.