"I’m trying to be both a Buddhist and a businessman."
“What’s the most difficult part of that?”
“Wanting to be successful, while at the same time letting go of the attachment to desire.”
“Isn’t that impossible?”
“You can desire. You just can’t be attached to desire. It’s about living in the moment and enjoying the attempt to realize your ideas, while at the same time letting go of the need for a positive outcome.”
"As you grow older, your perspective changes. I no longer think in terms of the next ten, or twenty years. I think in terms of the next three years."
“So what do you want to accomplish over the next three years?”
I found a Jess Greenberg cover where its just her voice and her guitar.
"If I Ain’t Got You" (Originally by Alicia Keys)
It’s Tumblr Tuesday! Take a look at these fresh Tumblr blogs.
Vintage Postage Stamps
A visual look at the design and illustration of vintage postage stamps from around the world.
Dan Simon Macrophotography
Photographs of small things. Bugs, mostly.
An illustrator and printmaker based in Los Angeles.
Gender and Science
An exploration of gender related issues and fascinating people in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
This work started with the aim of investigating a global shift that has fascinated Eric Perriard. Since 2008, for the first time in world history, more people live in cities than in rural areas.
One of our Tumblr favorites is now a book! Congratulations, Kelly. :)
Image 2: Isn’t it better to be out in the cold snow saying, “isn’t it better to be out in the cold snow rather than in a warm bed?” rather than in a warm bed saying, “isn’t it better to be out in the cold snow rather than in a warm bed?”
Image 3: Isn’t it better to be in a warm bed saying, “isn’t it better to be in a warm bed rather than out in the cold snow?” rather than out in the cold snow saying, “isn’t it better to be in a warm bed rather than out in the cold snow?”
Remy Charlip, from Arm in Arm: A Collection of Connections, Endless Tales, Reiterations, and other Echolalia. Parents’Magazine Press, 1969.