Category Archives: TEACHABLE

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/

Some people seem to think that good dancers are born, but all the good dancers I have known are taught or trained.

http://www.nellymazloummadri.org.gr/dance_quotes.htm

BABY BOMB AT RALEIGH NSE

The Baby’s Dance

Taylor, Ann (1782 – 1830)
DANCE little baby, dance up high,

Never mind baby, mother is by ;

Crow and caper, caper and crow,

There little baby, there you go ;

Up to the ceiling, down to the ground,

Backwards and forwards, round and round ;

Dance little baby, and mother shall sing,

With the merry coral, ding, ding, ding.

Those who flee temptation generally leave a forwarding address.

~Lane Olinghouse

http://www.gadel.info/2011/07/temptation-quotes-sayings-and-proverbs.html

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“Sometimes when I consider what tremendous consequences come from little things… I am tempted to think… there are no little things.”

Bruce Barton

Macaw ask parrot if mango ripe, he say one, one.

http://www.guyana.org/proverbs.html

You should not tell everything. Room should be left to others to find out some things for themselves.

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“To a teacher of languages there comes a time when the world is but a place of many words and man appears a mere talking animal not much more wonderful than a parrot.”

― Joseph Conrad, Under Western Eyes

The happiest asks directions, even though he knows the way.

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Once you make a journey to a near impossible destination, you get to realize how everything and anything is possible

― Luthfy Es-Haq

Time will show as the Lobster said when they assured him he would become red if he fell into the boiler.

Edward Lear, English artist, writer (1812-1888) ‘literary nonsense’

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“I prefer sinners and madmen, who can learn, who can change, who can teach- or people like myself, if I may say so, who are not afraid to eat a lobster alone as they take on their shoulders the monumental weight of thirty years”

― James Baldwin, Just Above My Head