Today's Lindism is a riff off of "It's the shoemaker's kid that has no shoes." The original saying is an observation that it's often the person who does something professionally whose kids don't benefit from what he makes. Best beware that something that you do for others during your work day for pay, doesn't get passed down to your own family at home.
My Lindism makes the same warning but uses different wording.
Get it? Until next time...
Think on it!