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Events of the day 29 September

Walter Anderson1903:

Was born Walter Anderson.

Miguel de Unamuno1864:

Was born Miguel de Unamuno.

Miguel de Cervantes1547:

Was born Miguel de Cervantes.

Horatio Nelson1758:

Was born Horatio Nelson.

Wystan Hugh Auden1973:

Has died Wystan Hugh Auden.

Emile Zola1902:

Has died Emile Zola.

Madalyn Murray O'Hair1995:

Has died Madalyn Murray O'Hair.

Bill Shankly1981:

Has died Bill Shankly.

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Famous quotes

Linda Fiorentino

Marriage is a financial contract; I have enough contracts...

Quote by Linda Fiorentino about marriage
Robert M. Hensel

Life is a challenge, and I'm staying in the game to win.

Quote by Robert M. Hensel about life, games
Mariana Fulger

Every individual is sick because of his existence.

Quote by Mariana Fulger about malady, existence
Napoleon Bonaparte

If they want peace, nations should avoid the pin-pricks...

Quote by Napoleon Bonaparte about nation, peace

Great avarice is like unselfishness

Quote by Kisaburo Ohara

The man has lost his soul and is looking for it deep in...

Quote by Normand Rousseau about soul, man

Culture is life-saving, because it is irreplaceable in...

Quote by Nicolas Laugero about culture

Only a few know, how much one must know, to know how...

Quote by Werner Heisenberg about knowledge
William Blake

Think in the morning. Act in the noon. Eat in the...

Quote by William Blake about philosophy, sleep, night
Henry Ford

Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is...

Quote by Henry Ford about succes, progress, beginning
Samuel Beckett

Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try Again. Fail again. Fail better.

Quote by Samuel Beckett about advice
Aesop

No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.

Quote by Aesop about goodnes


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Christmas Also Came Here

Christmas also came here
To soothe our pain,
White snow is falling over my life
It’s snowing over my soul,
White snow is falling
Over my life
That ends here.

The star begins to shine
On the holy manger
And once again three magi...

Tudor GheorgheSongs by Tudor Gheorghe about christmas, pain, life, end, sin, tears, dream, soul

The Keynote

The bone is a joy only when it's the forehead bone,
when it protects, does not disjoin,
as are the alkaline vertebrae
from the difficult depths of the flesh and the wedding.
I'm resigned to losing the habit
of my manner of being,
but...

Nichita StănescuPoems by Nichita Stănescu about habits, being, body, time, marriage, hunger, solitude, death, joy, stars

Distance

is the cog wheel
on the haunted axle of my hearing,
grinding fine the deadened mind
of that unborn god
waiting to be caught
by the earth's blue speed,
and carrying in a handled urn
the plucked heart - ours,
it's beating,...

Nichita StănescuPoems by Nichita Stănescu about speed, memory, mind, earth, tears, god, heart

Folklore

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Do not seek the truth, only cease to cherish your opinions.

Proverbs and old sayings Zen

Scattering is easier than gathering.

Proverbs and old sayings Irish

Laws catch flies but lets hornets go free.

Proverbs and old sayings English

Justice begins at home.

Proverbs and old sayings Portuguese about justice, home

There are 3 simple rules in life:
- don't promise when you're happy,
- don't answer when you're nervous,
- don't decide when you're angry.

Proverbs and old sayings British about life

Man's law changes with his understanding of man. Only the laws of the spirit remain always the same.

Proverbs and old sayings Croatian

Who came back from the grave and told the story?

Proverbs and old sayings Tunisian

Force without forecast is to little avail.

Proverbs and old sayings

Traditional Irish Curse

Spells and incantations Irish

What grows when it eats, but dies when it drinks?

Fire.

Riddles

If the pills were pleasant, they would not want gilding.

Proverbs and old sayings American


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A priori - a posteriori

A priori - a posteriori

A priori - the term means before any experience, independent from any experience, from the earlier. This term is in close relationship with its opposite a posteriori , from experience, from the later. Both expressions are used in Philosophy and...

Bovarism

Bovarism

Bovarism is the term that denotes a person's state of discontent towards its own existence, constructing a fictitious personality to match his ideals. This alter ego of the person functions as a protection from too cruel world for which is not...

Phoenix bird

Phoenix bird

Quite often we hear around us being used the expression - "Reborn from the ashes as the Phoenix bird" and perhaps many times, we fail to make the connection between the depicted situation and expression – Phoenix bird. The word originates in the...