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Rinse and repeat Tuesday 8 January 2008

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“We are what we repeatedly do.
Excellence then, is not an act,
but a habit.”

-Aristotle

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Anno 2008 Monday 7 January 2008

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Life is really simple, but we insist on
making it complicated.

– Confucius

» zenhabits.net: The Four Laws of Simplicity, and How to Apply Them to Life

It’s a quote, stupid… Friday 9 November 2007

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The trouble about trying to make yourself
stupider than you really are
is that you very often succeed.

C.S. Lewis

Dagens citat Thursday 8 November 2007

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Sometimes the appropriate response to reality is to go insane.

Philip K. Dick

Guess the source Friday 31 August 2007

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As a man thinks in his heart, so is he.

Too much – too little Thursday 28 June 2007

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When there is too much,
something is missing.

 – Hasidic Saying

”För dig framslumpat…” Monday 4 June 2007

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Besöker Åsiktstorpeden och får beskedet i blogghuvudet:

Specialslumpat just för dig:
En promiskuös person är någon
som får mer sex än du får.
(Victor Lownes)

Slumpat? För mig? Naaaah….

Visdomste Tuesday 15 May 2007

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Upptäcker ett te som finns på kontoret, där varje tepåse har ett visdomsord på handtagsetiketten.

True wealth
is the ability
to let go of your
possessions.

Hmm, just idag känns det väldigt aktuellt…

» www.yogitea.nl

Vices and virtues Monday 14 May 2007

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The problem with people who have no vices is that, generally, you can be sure they’re going to have some pretty annoying virtues.

– Elizabeth Taylor

Oh so lovely Saturday 12 May 2007

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Let us be lovely - by Edward Monkton

Let us be inspired and uplifted by Edward Monkton