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Quote of the Day

“The two most powerful warriors are patience and time.” – Leo Tolstoy

Quote Of The Day

Minimalist is Not Trendy But Timeless, and We are Puppets on the show of Consumerism

- I’m trying out this trend of being a minimalist!

A friend shared with me over coffee, enthusiasm in her voice.

- I have practiced it for a while. 952 more words

Money

- War and Peace (1956) -

Was watching War and Peace for the first time, 

gotta say Henry Fonda’s Pierre was utterly handsome and charming, 

especially how he adored and love Audrey Hepburn’s Natasha. 30 more words

Theatre

Hamlet

Johnson calls Hamlet the darkest chapter in his book. “Don Quixote,” he says, “with his roots deep in instinct and faith, is the man of courage who redeems anything that befalls him. 681 more words

Self-actualization

“One of the most widespread superstitions is that every man has his own special, definite qualities; that a man is kind, cruel, wise, stupid, energetic, apathetic, etc.

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Writing

KOBE, JAPAN IMAGES: THE WAY WE SEE

“Happiness does not depend on outward things, but on the way we see them.” ~Leo Tolstoy

oct14. Kobe, Japan.

Japan

State Of Despair (Philosophical Musings)

“Several times I asked myself, “Can it be that I have overlooked something, that there is something which I have failed to understand? Is it not possible that this state of despair is common to everyone?” And I searched for an answer to my questions in every area of knowledge acquired by man.
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Philosophical Musings