In response to your question
"What is worth doing and what is worth having?"
I would like to say simply this.
It is worth doing nothing and having a rest; in spite of all
the difficulty it may cause, you must rest - otherwise you will
My mentor rocks.
/me misses sensei
/me misses Hermetic
There are never too many remembrances.
Te literally means virtue, but also denotes a kind of conviction or force. It is most often translated as "moral force", and it's directly opposed in meaning to Li, which denotes physical force.
from Te by Piter - Thu Nov 29 2001
borrowed with permission
2003.03.15 Glowing Fish says It's written "de" in pinyin.
Things to do. Maybe.
- Rigidity and Fluidity in Religion
- The idea of spreading democracy by force around the world is naive and hubristic
- RSI (Repetitive Strain Injury)
- Refugees et al
- Trees, tries, searching, sorting
- crypto stuff
- My happiness seems so precarious
- value system (ref: Five rules to live by)
- Love one another and you will be happy. It's as simple and as difficult as that.
- The secret of human life doesn't lie in the fact that one lives, but in what he lives for
- Do you love me or do you love the relationship?
- I am not my body, I am my mind
- Being irresponsible never takes you as far as actually being responsible.
- You write the first draft with your heart, and the second draft with your head.
- I wonder as I wander
- Nick Cave (incl, new Love Song lecture),
- Reindeer Section
- Badly Drawn Boy
- Something For Kate
- Zoe Johnston
- Night's Dawn
- Peter F Hamilton
- neural nanonics
- lens selection