Not only after two or three centuries, but in a million years, life will still be as it was; life does not change, it remains forever, following its own laws which do not concern us, or which, at any rate, you will never find out. Migrant birds, cranes for example, fly and fly, and whatever thoughts, high or low, enter their heads, they will still fly and not know why or where. They fly and will...
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Mmmmm turkey dinner for Thanksgiving: Cannot WAIT!
Why do you want to get coffee you alcoholic?– Farru
Is Skyping worth all the jokes? Totally.
Farru: I can't hear you.
Me: Yeah, me neither :( It's frozen like a horse's ass.
Farru: Horses don't get ass freeze.
Me: Then your horse is defective. All horse asses get frozen. The horse police says so.
Farru: I see dead people.
Polish = awesome
Virg: I happen to know that cows are in fact very dynamic and deep thinking creatures.
Me: Cows have as much dynamism as gypsies and the capability of thinking as deep as a purple colored raincoat.
Inside There Is A Door
There are days when you wake up in the morning and don’t even recognize yourself because of all the pressure and tasks piled up on your table that you are currently hurdling through. There is so much work and such limited time that you feel perfectly numb; the only part of your body working are the inside of your brains. It’s working twice, thrice as hard. Physically you are so...
Every group has its own dynamic, and if you look around the room and can’t...– Hugh Laurie
I am a fan of science, I believe in science; humility before the facts - I find...– Hugh Laurie on the series of House vs God
The show puts an interesting question: would you rather have an unkind person...– Hugh Laurie on House
Come inspiration, come
I have absolutely no interest in this essay. I am positive that I am experiencing writer’s block. 3000 words which is roughly around twelve pages, need to be written out and I have a day to finish this. This is hopeless. My mind keeps wandering off from time to time, absolutely nowhere. I am not frustrated. Nor am I feeling down. I am in full working mode but with no idea how to shape...
You have enemies? Good. That means you’ve stood up for something,...– Winston Churchill
The average man is a conformist, accepting miseries and disasters with the...– Colin Wilson
How do you test the borders of limit?
Limits are, first and foremost, seen as constraints; to the Romantic, these are often artificial in the sense of being human constructs and therefore challengeable. They function as notional inhibitions and they serve to define the spheres of human action and human choices; the question is whether such definition and limitation is a valid thing. Even if limits are not humanly constructed but...