191. The plain truth is that people are most often self-centered.
192. There's little wonder why young people often find it difficult to find an appropriate role model. No wonder they drink, smoke, fright, carouse and otherwise engage in inappropriate social behavior.
193. It should come as no surprise to learn that many abused children become abusers later in life.
194. There is probably a great deal of truth in the assertion that unecrupulous brokers are salivating at the thought of unsophisticated investors entering the securities market.
195. There's little doubt that China has spawned a new generation of " Little Emperors ", but the truth is that the fault rests with parents who " spare the rod to spoil the child " and not with children themselves.
196. There's little justification for objections to sex education. In fact, even a minimal introduction to consequences of sexual interaction ( the bird's and bee's ) might have dramatically changed the lives of many people.
197. We can safely say that the world continues to turn and things have changed dramatically, but we can never claim the world is a safer place.
198. We can say this and we can say that, but the most important thing is not to say, but instead to do.
199. Divided we fall, united we conquer. This does not mean that conquest is the goat, but instead that unified efforts yield positive results.
200. Historically speaking, our ancestors placed great emphasis on filial piety.