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On apprend que par soi-même – Someone Who Has Influenced the Way I See the World

«On ne fait bien ce que l’on fait soi-même.»

Cooking Green Curry

Napoleon Bonaparte. He inspired me to learn by myself.

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Lao Tzu sur l’odyssée de la vie

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‘A good traveler has no fixed plans, and is not intent on arriving.’ ~Lao Tzu

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L'argent et l'ego

Accumuler des biens matériels ne contribue pas à s’améliorer.

Payatas – Self Portrait and Some

L’argent contribue trop souvent à assouvir nos désirs inutiles que l’on croit indispensables en succombant aux pièges savant tendus par les praticiens du marketing. L’argent nous pousse à accumuler des biens et nourrit notre ego.

Rechercher l’accumulation des biens matériels et des connaissances non essentielles nous empêche d’aider les plus démunis. Il est préférable de demeurer pauvre dans toute la noblesse du terme. Ainsi, nous recevons bien plus des autres en retour, nous sommes plus respecté et devenons profondément humain.

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Comment la musique affecte ma joie de vivre

I love writing and cooking while music is playing in the house. It seems to put me at ease and allows me to meditate. The type of music is important. I prefer great voices of the past and today.

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Pio Marzolini sur le transport

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“In Zurich, we would never synchronize green lights for cars with our philosophy. When I’m in other cities, I feel like I’m always waiting to cross a street. I can’t get used to the idea that I am worth less than a car.”

While American cities are synchronizing green lights to improve traffic flow and offering apps to help drivers find parking, many European cities are doing the opposite: creating environments openly hostile to cars. The methods vary, but the mission is clear — to make car use expensive and just plain miserable enough to tilt drivers toward more environmentally friendly modes of transportation.

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Bill Keller sur le piège de Twitter

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I’m not even sure these new instruments Facebook and Twitter are genuinely “social.” There is something decidedly faux about the camaraderie of Facebook, something illusory about the connectedness of Twitter.

The Twitter Trap   Le piège de Twitter

Jonathan Roseland

Tell NOBODY - not even HER

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One of the greatest misconceptions in our age of technology is that information is free. Information is actually one of the expensive things in the world and no matter how much money you have you’ll never be able to afford as much of it as you need.

Jonathan Roseland



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Nous ne descendons (ou nous ne nous baignons) jamais deux fois dans la même rivière.


Spring Walk - 31st St. Beach

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Le poisson dans l’océan n’a pas soif.

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