These weren’t necessarily said or written in 2006, but I read or heard them in 2006:
If we truly understood the growth of a grain of wheat, we would die of wonder.
Creativity is more important than knowledge.
Imagination may be the hardest work of the human mind. And perhaps the most God-like. It is the closest we get to creation out of nothing.
As soon as man does not take his existence for granted, but beholds it as something unfathomably mysterious, thought begins.
The way you spend your days is, of course, the way you spend your life.
What we choose in selecting among our desires for fulfillment determines what kinds of persons we become. What we decide to seek in life is the key to our character, and further determines what our character will be.
It can be proved from the Torah, the Prophets and the other sacred writings, that man is led along the road he wishes to follow.