Quotes

Seal the holes in my false hope — Poison Yvy

The quote of Mr. Haruki Muarkami couldn’t be more true. I can only add that  I hope you come out a better-wiser person out of that storm.

” When you come out of this storm you won’t be the same person who walked in. That is what this storm is all about.” Haruki Muarkami This year choose growth. Choose adventure even though it seems scary. Choose knowledge even though it seems pointless. Choose to love yourself even though you want to be […]

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There is no worse evil… — Otrazhenie

Very true.This Euripides guy was perceptive.
“There is no worse evil than a bad woman; and nothing has ever been produced better than a good one.” Euripides (480-406 BC) From DeviantArt THE END

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There are three constants in life… change, choice and principles. ~Stephen Covey — A Pondering Mind

I think it´s a great quote although I would put it in reverse (I hope I don’t offend the original blogger who posted it) ,principles which will lead you to the choices you make which will lead you to change. Hope Mr. Covey doesn’t care, obviously not…. he’s gone, not to insult his legacy. If I keep writing I’m making this worst. Great quote! The overall meaning of it is just great, be it to put one word first than the other.

Stephen Covey, 1932 – 2012, Author

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“It was with some amazement that I realized I was one of the few people in the world who really believed in these things.” — M o o r e z a r t

Originally posted on Art of Quotation: I believed in a good home, in sane and sound living, in good food, good times, work, faith and hope. I have always believed in these things. It was with some amazement that I realized I was one of the few people in the world who really believed in…

My friend Jack…In my first and only year of University in San Francisco he was my hero.I even went to the bars and the streets he described in his book “On the road”. He did die from alcoholism, maybe I´ll be remembered as a brilliant writer after I die of that, almost did at age 30, so who knows, but a good philosophy of life he wrote. I was being sarcastic about being remembered for my writing for you.. you! people that don’t read my about page that says I have an ironic-sarcastic-dark sense of humor, although the alcohol thing is true. I can relate to this quote too much. Read all the quote on the original blog it was posted!

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Chimpanzee Poetry – For Those With “Writer’s Block!” – 2015 — toritto

🙂 The laws of mathematics postulate the chimp creates a masterpiece simply punching randomly the keys infinitely sitting over them as I do now. I push the keys not randomly yet no great wisdom in the rhyme results in bright quotations, Bartlett worthy nor words that deeply stir my own self’s soul. How long does […]

No wonder me write…culzolshaflk

Great poem by the way, had me smiling.

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“Be less curious about people and more curious about ideas.” ~ Marie Curie — A Pondering Mind

“Living Adventures in Science‎”. Book by Henry Thomas and Dana Lee Thomas, 1954.

It suits me. Very often people bore me talking about other people and that he or she did this or that and how angry they are because he or she, pin each other against each other… human nature but bores me. Talking about interesting ideas, be it politics, literature, art in general, science, history, philosophy, that doesn’t bore me.

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