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The Bluestone Sidewalk Along 17th Street

During today’s lunchtime bike ride I stopped to rest on a bench on 17th Street, near President’s Park, just south of the White House. As I sat there for a few moments watching the tourists go by, I noticed that the sidewalk seemed different than what I usually see. 447 kata lagi

D.C.

When one door closes another door opens, letting go of the past

You will have no doubt come across some variant of this quote from Alexander Graham Bell:

When one door closes another door opens; but we so often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door, that we do not see the ones which open for us.

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Tibetan Buddhism

614. Saturday 19th May 2018. From Pictou Nova Scotia to Baddeck Cape Breton Island...

THIS WILL BE ANOTHER POST COVERING ONLY ONE DAY BUT LOTS OF PHOTOS.

Saturday 19th May

I woke early as is my wont.

Had a quick walk around some of the old parts of town. 1.079 kata lagi

When one door closes another door opens, live in the now

You will have no doubt come across some variant of this quote from Alexander Graham Bell:

When one door closes another door opens; but we so often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door, that we do not see the ones which open for us.

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Tibetan Buddhism

What can we use the telephone for?

Nowadays, that phone you carry round in your pocket has many uses. Yes, there’s the phone call thing – though that’s a bit of a spin-off nowadays.  355 kata lagi

OMG

How the G Note Gave Me A Neck Ache

continued … maybe I muttered something like, ‘’well, you know how it goes,” blah, blah blah,  when suddenly the woman named Linda (who’s pretty aggressive) says rather forcefully, … 451 kata lagi
Short Stories

March 10, 1876  The Speed of Sound

As the son of a speech pathologist and husband to a deaf wife, Alexander Melville Bell was always interested in sound. Since the profoundly deaf can’t hear their own pronunciation, Bell developed a system he called… 927 kata lagi

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