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Friday, 30 August 2013

Thursday, 29 August 2013

350/365 - Who lies to himself ( Fyodor Dostoyevsky)


“Above all, don't lie to yourself. 

The man who lies to himself 
and listens to his own lie 
comes to a point
 that he cannot distinguish 
the truth within him, 
or around him, 
and so loses all respect for himsel
f and for others. 

And having no respect 
he ceases to love.”

  Fyodor Dostoyevsky
The Brothers Karamazov


Wednesday, 28 August 2013

349/365 - A Revolutionary act (George Orwell)


“In a time of deceit
 telling the truth
 is a revolutionary act.”

  George Orwell



Tuesday, 27 August 2013

348/365 - Truth does not change (Flannery O'Connor)


“The truth does not change
 according to our ability to stomach it.”

Flannery O'Connor

Monday, 26 August 2013

347/365 - Dies for it (Oscar Wilde)


“A thing is not necessarily true
 because a man dies for it.”

  Oscar Wilde


Sunday, 25 August 2013

346/365 - I believe in everything (John Lennon)


“I believe in everything
 until it's disproved.

 So I believe in fairies,
 the myths, dragons. 

It all exists, 
even if it's in your mind.

 Who's to say that dreams
 and nightmares
 aren't as real as the here and now?”

John Lennon


Saturday, 24 August 2013

345/365 - Cease to Exist (Aldous Huxley)



“Facts do not cease to exist 
because they are ignored.”

  Aldous Huxley
Complete Essays 2, 1926-29


Friday, 23 August 2013

344/365 - Set you free (Gloria Steinem)


“The truth will set you free,
but first it will piss you off.”

 Gloria Steinem


Thursday, 22 August 2013

343/365 - A Great Balancing Act (Dr. Seuss)


“So be sure when you step, 
Step with care and great tact. 

And remember that life's
 A Great Balancing Act. 

And will you succeed? 
Yes! You will, indeed!
 (98 and ¾ percent guaranteed) 
Kid, you'll move mountains.”

Dr. Seuss
Oh, The Places You'll Go!


Wednesday, 21 August 2013

342/365 - I have to live it myself (Rick Riordan)


“If my life is going to mean anything, 
I have to live it myself.”

  Rick Riordan
The Lightning Thief



Tuesday, 20 August 2013

341/365 - You should expect it (Sarah Dessen)


“You should never be surprised 
when someone treats you with respect,
 you should expect it.”

Sarah Dessen
Keeping the Moon



Monday, 19 August 2013

340/365 - Beauty of their Dreams (Eleanor Roosevelt)


“The future
 belongs to those who believe 
in the beauty of their dreams.”

  Eleanor Roosevelt


Saturday, 17 August 2013

338/365 - Stories never really end (Cornelia Funke)


“Stories never really end...
even if the books like to pretend they do. 

 Stories always go on. 

They don't end on the last page, 
any more than they begin on the first page.”

  Cornelia Funke
Inkspell




Thursday, 15 August 2013

336/365 - The Truth (Arthur Conan Doyle)


“When you have eliminated 
all which is impossible,
 then whatever remains,
 however improbable, 
must be the truth.”

Arthur Conan Doyle
  The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes


Wednesday, 14 August 2013

335/365 - Tomorrow is a new day (L.M. Montgomery)


“Isn't it nice to think that tomorrow
 is a new day
 with no mistakes in it yet?”

  L.M. Montgomery

Sunday, 11 August 2013

332/365 - For the happiness ( Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin)


“The discovery of a new dish 
does more for the happiness
of the human race
 than the discovery of a star.”

 Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin



Saturday, 10 August 2013

331/365 - To my acceptance (Michael J. Fox)


“My happiness 
grows in direct proportion
 to my acceptance, 
and in inverse proportion
 to my expectations.”

  Michael J. Fox



Friday, 9 August 2013

330/365 - Number of Prayers (Dieter F. Uchtdorf)


“In the end, 
the number of prayers we say 
may contribute to our happiness, 
but the number of prayers we answer
 may be of even greater importance.”

Dieter F. Uchtdorf


Thursday, 8 August 2013

329/365 - An acquired taste (Lemony Snicket)


“It is almost as if happiness 
is an acquired taste,
 like coconut cordial or ceviche, 
to which you can eventually 
become accustomed, 
but despair is something surprising 
each time you encounter it.”

  Lemony Snicket
The End


Wednesday, 7 August 2013

328/365 - Two sons of the same earth (Albert Camus)


“Happiness and the absurd 
are two sons of the same earth. 

They are inseparable.”

  Albert Camus



Tuesday, 6 August 2013

Monday, 5 August 2013

326/365 - It isn't what you have (Dale Carnegie)


“It isn't what you have, 
or who you are, 
or where you are, 
or what you are doing 
that makes you happy or unhappy. 
 
It is what you think about.”
Dale Carnegie



Sunday, 4 August 2013

325/365 - Money may not buy Happiness (Françoise Sagan)


“Money may not buy happiness,
but I'd rather cry in a Jaguar than on a bus.”

Françoise Sagan

Saturday, 3 August 2013

324/365 - In the distance (James Oppenheim)


“The foolish man 
seeks happiness in the distance. 

The wise
 grows it under his feet.”

James Oppenheim


Friday, 2 August 2013

323/365 - Brief time of happiness (Aristotle)


“One swallow does not make a summer,
neither does one fine day;
similarly one day or brief time of happiness 
does not make a person entirely happy.”

Aristotle
The Nicomachean Ethics



Thursday, 1 August 2013

322/365 - Having few wants (Epictetus)


“Wealth consists not in having great possessions, 
but in having few wants.”

  Epictetus

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