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« What Is This Life If Full of Care | Main | Nature's Spirit »

June 27, 2013


Sanjay Mahajan

The lessons and wisdom at the end of Q3 60 may not be as black and white as have been summarised but they certainly do provide a broad framework and pedestal that can be tangibly bench-marked for day to day working...which in fact is life...
Sanjay Mahajan

Mark Dennen

It was a refreshing reminder of how to make life better, not just for ourselves, but for everyone.


On learning...and perseverence:

"Each problem that I solved became a rule which served afterwards to solve other problems." - Rene Descartes

"Problems worthy of attack prove their worth by fighting back." - Paul Erdos

"Learning is what most adults will do for a living in the 21st century." - Lewis Perelman


A very nice list of wisdom, but I especially like this one:

Relationship: “If you find someone, Who makes you smile, who checks upon you often to see you’re OK, who watches out for you and wants what is the best for you, who loves you and respects you, don’t let them go. Keep them close and don’t take them for granted. People like that are hard to find.”

I want to pass this onto my children as they grow and make friends, and when they are older and looking for spouse.

Thank you for sharing!

Local Guy

Thanks for sharing this. I liked this week reflections and took a print out and kept it on my desk

Lion K

Touching….and inspiring.


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