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Dec 09
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Life is bittersweet. And you have the power to make it stay bitter, or to sweeten it.
— Anon
Sep 26
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To live a creative life we must lose our fear of being wrong.
— Joseph Chilton Pearce
Aug 31
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Anyone who angers you conquers you.
— Elizabeth Kenny
Aug 07
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It’s never too late to be what you might have been.
— George Eliot
Aug 02
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The time of my life….

The time of my life….

Feb 11
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You may lose your life but you must not lose your honor.
— Miyamoto Musashi
Feb 02
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Nothing will ever be attempted if all possible objections must first be overcome.
— Samuel Johnson
Jan 24
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Water surrounds the lotus flower, but does not wet its petals.

Water surrounds the lotus flower, but does not wet its petals.

Nov 19
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Doa selamat…

Doa selamat…

Sep 15
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True Skill

True skill « Paulo Coelho’s Blog

The yogi Raman was a true master of the art of archery. One morning, he invited his favourite disciple to watch a display of his skill. The disciple had seen this more than a hundred times before, but he nevertheless obeyed his teacher. They went into the wood beside the monastery and when they reached a magnificent oak tree, Raman took a flower which he had tucked in his collar and placed it on one of the branches.

He then opened his bag and took out three objects: his splendid bow made of precious wood, an arrow and a white handkerchief embroidered with lilacs.

The yogi positioned himself one hundred paces from the spot where he had placed the flower. Facing his target, he asked his disciple to blindfold him with the embroidered handkerchief.

The disciple did as his teacher requested.

‘How often have you seen me practise the noble and ancient sport of archery?’ Raman asked him.

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