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  • #11
    If you want to bake an apple pie from scratch, you must first create the Universe.
    Carl Sagan

    What would you attempt to do if you knew you would not fail?
    Dr. Robert Schuller


    Slight not what's near, when aiming at what's far.
    Euripides

    surfer.. i looove your coach's weakness theory
    - and you're gonna forget about me?
    =Every Day...

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      "Everything within us and without us ought to stir our minds to admiration and wonder. We are a mystery encompassed with mysteries. The connection of mind with matter is a mystery; the wonderful telegraphic "communication between the brain and every part of the body, the power and action of the will. Every familiar step is more than a story in a land of enchantment. The power of movement is as mysterious as the power of thought. Memory, like dreams that are the indistinct echoes of dead memories are alike inexplicable. Universal harmony springs from infinite complication. The momentum of every step we take in our dwelling contributes in part to the order of the universe. We are connected by ties of thought, and even of matter and its forces, with the whole boundless universe and all the past and coming generations of men."

      "Bound up with our poor, frail life, is the mighty thought that spruns the narrow span of all visible existence. Ever the soul reaches outward, and asks for freedom. It looks forth from the narrow and grated windows of sense, upon the wide immeasurable creationl it knows that around it and beyond it lie outstretched the infinite and everlasting paths."

      " A life of labor is not a state of inferiority or degradation. The almighty has not cast man's lot beneath the quiet shades, and amid glad groves and lovely hills, with no task to perform; with nothing to do but to rise up and eat, and to lie down and rest. He has ordained that work shall be done, in all the dwellings of life, in every productive field, in every busy city, and on every wave of every ocean. And this he has done, because it has pleased him to give man a nature destined to higher ends than indolent repose and irresponsible profitless indulgence; and because, for developing the energies of such a nature, work was the necessary and proper element. We might as well ask why he could not make two and two be six, as why he could not develop these energies without the instrumentality of work. They are equally impossibilities."

      ---Albert Pike, Morals and Dogma
      Achkerov kute.

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