Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Obviously, Our Own Faults

1. There is nothing boring in life except ourselves. The most humble work does not have to be boring. Each has to do with all is consciousness -- when I do something, I have something to gain or has only the work well done. (N. Boulanger)

2. Many of us learned quite a while ago, and at a very young age that its not work that makes us tired. Its frustration that comes from lack of work or lack of accomplishment. Real frustration comes when we cannot find useful work to do. (R. E. Herbert)

3. A man character never changers radically from youth to old age. What happens is that circumstances bring out characteristics which had not been obvious to the superficial observer. (C. Dickens)


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