Tag: Another’s

  • 524: Serenity

    I know the reaction I typically take in these situations, and I’m not going to do it this time. I’m also going to remove this stimulus from my life in the future as well.

  • 523

    Labels make a complex world simpler. Adam Alter

  • 521

    Silence is a lesson learned from the many sufferings of life. —Seneca, Thyestes, 309

  • 520

    Now and then it’s good to pause in our pursuit of happiness and just be happy. Apollinaire

  • 516

    Blunt is simplicity, meandering is complexity. Ken Segall

  • 513

    Be resourceful with your action. Success is a reality that needs to be acted on. Patrick King

  • 512

    Never under compulsion, out of selfishness, without forethought, without misgivings. No surplus words or unnecessary actions. Let the spirit in you represent a man. Taking up his post like a soldier and patiently awaiting his recall from life. Needing no oath or witness. Cheerfulness. Without requiring other people’s help. Or serenity supplied by others. To […]

  • 511: World Book Day

    When I have a little money, I buy books; and if I have any left, I buy food and clothes. Erasmus #worldbookday

  • 506

    Simplicity – avoiding the “Curse of Knowledge” and drilling down to the fundamental principles. Resilience – autonomic, psychic, somatic. Flow – experiencing things as they are, in real time, rather than as they ‘should’ be. -SO

  • 505

    The greatest remedy for anger is delay. Seneca