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June 28, 2012

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chiaoju

It is a choice of the individual to stand and stare. Having said that, perhaps a lot of us somehow do not know the benefits of simply slowing down, stop for a while and really think. As much as we hate to admit, most of us deliberately drown ourselves in work and more work to a point we give ourselves an excuse that we do not have time for stopping.

It is, again, a choice of the individual.

I like to sit and stare, at the fine line that separates the sea and the sky while sitting on a beach.

(note from a friend from China)

So nice and pretty, Cheers for everything that life have enriched us

Kim

All work and no fun makes workplace very dull. Feeling I just work here for salary vs I love this place and look foward everyday.

sahil

Great Poem.

micro CEO

Thank you for sharing a wonderful and memorable poem.
Every living moment not spent celebrating life is a moment wasted.

I am also reminded of Carl Sagan's "Pale Blue Dot". http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jYtXoUZbUCQ&feature=related.

Sam

Agree that when we fill our day with activities, we miss the perspective of the direction we are marching towards. Taking the moment to relax and be with nature gives us internal joy and energy for the work ahead.

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