So true...yet so hard to believe sometimes. It seems like when you look backwards this makes perfect sense.
I need this today! thank you.Leaxo
wow! qué blog más lindo... y con musiquita y todo! qué zen tu "Hope" post. la blogósfera cubana necesita tener más posts así. te incluyo en mi blogoperegrinaje diario. saludos, -Adriana
Este poema de Wang Wei es bien lindo, porque habla de esa pausa sabia que engrandece a los chinos, aun desde el ángulo más intimo,Thoughts of Each OtherRed sandalwood grows in that southern land;When fall comes, their branches fill with seeds.I hope you will gather as many as you can;These, above all, will help you think of me.nos vemos, tony.
and "slow and steady wins the race" from the Tortise and the Hare - The Fisherman said this ALL through my childhood and it's gotten me through some pretty rough patches.
I'm glad you left a comment so I could read your blog, it's very creative and I admire the variety in your posts with all the pictures. Looking forward to read more. The chinese proverb is beautiful in its simplicity and truth. Thanks for sharing.
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