There is no security on this earth. Only opportunity.™
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I believe life is to be lived, not worked, enjoyed, not agonized, loved, not hated. ©
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Many wise words are spoken in jest, but they don’t compare with the number of stupid words spoken in earnest.™
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Wake up early with the sun and watch the sunset in the evening. Occasionally stroll in the moonlig.
Take time everyday for play, humor ,relaxation, and good company.
Spend time outside in nature.
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Just back from Xiamen
Pretty Gulang Island.
Would love to go again.
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Furious activity is no substitute for understanding. ™
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...red roses too; I see them bloom for me and you..."
while listening to this legendary song intensely sung by Louis Armstrong, I realized how music frequently makes us feel that we are part of the story, sometimes it takes us back in time, and sometimes it immerses to the deepest level of our psyche.
Whenever I hear music, I am invulnerable, I fear no danger, and I see no foe. It defines me beyond the human…
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Obscenity is whatever gives the Judge an erection.™
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The Seventh Tuesday —— talking about the Fear of Aging.
“Listen, I know what a misery being young can be, so don’t tell me it’s so great. All these kids who came to me whth their struggles, their strife, their feelings of inadequacy, their sense that life was miserable, so bad they wanted to kill themselves…”
“And, in addition to all the miseries, the young are not wise. They have very little understanding about life. Who wants to live every day when you don’t know what’s going on?… Continue
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The Third Tuesday —— talking about Regrets.
“The culture doesn’t encourage you to think about such things until you’re about to die. We’re so wrapped up with egotistical things, career, family, having enough money, meeting the mortgage, getting a new car, fixing the radiator when it breaks—we’re involved in trillions of little acts just to keep going. So we don’t get into the habit of standing badk and looking at our lives and saying, Is that all? Is this all I want? Is something… Continue
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"What books offer encouragement and inspiration?" We were asked by our teacher in a class. "tuesdays with Morrie" I answered without thinking. And this reminded me how creazy I was about the book. And I still am.
This book is talking about the last fourteen lessones that a dying old professor called Morrie gave a young man in each Tuesday. All of the words in the book are very toughing and inspirational. Below is what Marrie said in each Tuesday.
The First… Continue
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I'm here for a few weeks from Canada and wonder if anyone has some ideas on good photo locations and how to get there by local transit.
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By DIDI KIRSTEN TATLOW Published: November 25, 2010
Gilles Sabrie for the International Herald Tribune
Angel Feng, a 26 year-old graduate of a business school in France, in the lobby of the office building in Beijing where she works.
BEIJING — The question that dashed Angel Feng’s job prospects… Continue
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"Am I the first man you have ever loved?" he asked.
"Of course," she answered, "Why do men always ask the same question?".
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