FOTOS de VENECIA y de FRANCIA TEXTOS para PENSAR

 

 

Small lexicon

(words chosen in homage to Lao Tse
in his
Tao Te Ching)

THE TEN THOUSAND CREATURES: the living beings
THE HUNDRED FAMILIES: the human beings
THE PRINCE: the one who rules
THE MASTER: the one who knows
THE SERVANT: the one who serves
THE SAGE: the sage

 

A little note for fun

- Why do you always write novels without any action?
- What do you mean, without any action?
- Well, I mean, which are not realistic; all your characters are kind, there isn’t even one nasty guy among them.
- What’s the problem?
- You write things that never occur in one’s lifetime, it is not normal.
- I write a facet of life.
- Come on, shut up! You’d better write a good old detective novel; at least, normal things happen in there. Consider Agatha Christie and Hercule Poirot.
- Poirot? Sure, each time he visits someone, he finds a corpse. It happens to anybody.

(Praecor)

 

 

 

The Thought of the Day

by Serge Bassenko

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE TEN THOUSAND CREATURES
ARE LED BY THEIR INSTINCTS

THE HUNDRED FAMILIES
ABIDE BY THE LAW

BUT THE SAGE
ENTRUSTS HIS LIFE
TO NO ONE

                                                                (The Sage)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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