Maireann lá go ruaig ach maireann an grá go huaigh. A day lasts until it’s chased away but love lasts until the grave.

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Way-lah bprà-dĭo-dio phráw man mák-jà thòok lâi dtahm sà-mĕu.

Time for-short-time because it often has-been chased always.

Time is fleeting because it’s always being chased.

– See more at: http://bookofzen.com/#sthash.MK3XoWS4.dpuf

foto – snug cove in eden nsw 2013

All depression has its roots in self-pity, and all self-pity is rooted in people taking themselves too seriously. Tom Robbins.

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No one should ever be depressed by his or her worldly situation as long as he or she is walking on the path leading to Paradise. Attaining Paradise is the great objective of this life, and the person who gains it is victorious, regardless of what he achieved in the world.” – Imam Zaid Shakir

http://islamicsunrays.com/inspirational-islamic-sayings/

When a blind beetle crawls over the surface of the globe, he doesn’t realize that the track he has covered is curved. I was lucky enough to have spotted it. Einstein.

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A computer’s such an asset for your lovely little park
I’ll teach you how to crawl the web – if you wait until it’s dark!
I don’t want you to bug it, or to introduce a worm –
I’ll only teach you one by one – just wait and take your turn.”

http://bijlmakers.com/spiders/spider-proverbs-and-quotes/

To reach a port we must set sail – Sail, not tie at anchor Sail, not drift.” ― Franklin D. Roosevelt

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I find the great thing in this world is not so much where we stand, as in what direction we are moving: To reach the port of heaven, we must sail sometimes with the wind and sometimes against it – but we must sail, and not drift, nor lie at anchor.

Oliver Wendel Holmes

I choose to listen to the river for a while, thinking river thoughts, before joining the night and the stars. — (Edward Abbey)

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Taoist Mondo

One day Chuang-tzu and a friend were walking along a riverbank. “How delightfully the fishes are enjoying themselves in the water!” Chuang-tzu exclaimed.
“You are not a fish,” his friend said. “How do you know whether or not the fishes are enjoying themselves?”
“You are not me,” Chuang-tzu said. “How do you know that I do not know that the fishes are enjoying themselves?”