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Omoara spiritul Valentine’s Day

„Prosteste-te de Valentines Day, pentru ca meriti!”

by Morella
(Morella, 2006)

Ca sa mai domolim din peltea si din inimioarele in exces, am un antidot:


„Abraham Lincoln once said that if he had eight hours to cut down a tree he would spend six hours sharpening the saw.”

The reverse perspective of this quote is shown on this picture.

*PM = Project Management

Doua manusi

Dupa momentul artistic, cele doua manusi arata cam asa…


Am aflat de Lemonade de pe blogul lui Seth Godin (Free inspiration and insight).

What do people who were once paid to be creative for a living do when they’re laid off? They get creative with their own lives. Lemonade is an inspirational film about 16 advertising professionals who lost their jobs and found their calling, encouraging people to listen to that little voice inside their head that asks, “What if?”

Lemonade un film motivant, care sper sa se dezvolte ca o actiune de promovare a libertatii individuale. Reteta este sa regasesti curajul, setul de valori personale, sinceritata fata de propriul spirit, pasiuni, dorinta de auto-dezvoltare si sustinerea celor dragi.

Calatoria este mai importanta decat rezultatul!

How Can a Poor Man Stand Such Times and Live?

„How Can a Poor Man Stand Such Times and Live?” is an American folk song originally recorded on December 4, 1929 in New York City. It was written, composed, and performed by Blind Alfred Reed, accompanying himself on the violin. The song tells of hard times during the Great Depression. It is considered an early example of a protest song. (Wikipedia)

There was once a time when everything was cheap.
But now prices nearly put a man to sleep.
When we pay our grocery bill,
we just feel like making our will.
Tell me how can a poor man stand such times and live?

(Lyrics of this song)


Give a man a fish, and you’ll feed him for a day.
Teach a man to fish, and he’ll buy a funny hat.
Talk to a hungry man about fish, and you’re a consultant.

(Scott Adams, Dogbert; Dilbert cartoons)