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JSP Visual Week In Review | 01.31.15

And…here we are. The end of the January line.

How are all those New Year’s resolutions going?

Did you lose the 10 pounds yet?

Stop drinking? 123 more words

Week In Review

Walking is a Sign of Greatness

Recently I came across Mark Sisson’s article “Why Top Thinkers Walked So Much” which outlined the importance men such as Aristotle, Henry David Thoreau, and Ludwig van Beethoven held walking within their lives. 656 more words


Crime doesn't pay; Neither does writing


I’ve known a lot of writers over the years. Many dreamed of making big money from their writing. But of all the writers I’ve known, only one or two have made any significant amount of money. 868 more words

“How vain it is to sit down to write when you have not stood up to live.” ―Henry David Thoreau


Belief that Walden Pond is bottomless (Walden 181)

“It is remarkable how long men will believe in the bottomlessness of a pond without taking the trouble to sound it.” — Henry David Thoreau, “The Pond in Winter,” … 450 more words