Light fire for man he warm for a day…|Lets visit the famous (Part 1)

Posted: April 12, 2013 by Ezra The Mad in Daily Rant
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Confucius

Before we get into anything…

So its official I am boycotting Linux and Ubuntu (except for Ubuntu touch for mobile). My PC which I am writing from now was wiped clean. Now I have to re-install everything from Antivirus to Zoo Tycoon… (No I don’t play Zoo Tycoon but for some odd reason I want to…) I just realized how many ellipses I have used already there are like two of them…Now three…Four…Five(I should stop about now…Six) Okay so back to the before the topic… (Seven)  Okay so as I said Ubuntu is quite annoying. I realize now that i have just thrown “The Relevancy Equation” out the window as I am back to talking about nothing useful or relevant but what the hey I put that on the back-burner for now.

Also we just closed term at school (Yay) So now I should have ample time to write interesting posts [(hopefully earlier in the day…(Eight)] So now I will have less excuse for being lazy with my posts.

So as you can tell from the title of my post this will be a DIY sort of post because “Light afire for man he warm for a day but teach man to light fire and he warm forever” – Confucius(ripped off and stuffed up) No that wasn’t really by Confucius but it is ported from an actual quote.

Also you are wrong it wont have anything to do with DIY because today its all about…(Nine) Pyromania! Yep the actual qoute is “Light man a fire he warm for a day but light man ON fire he warm forever” – Me/Edited from 9gag meme. So I hope those of you who work at Ubuntu’s Windows department enjoy that I will try to make sure that you are warm forever…(Ten)

 

The Meat Of It

So today and for a number of days after I will be speaking less about me and more about others (Cheers from the crowd). To begin with I will speak of famous quotes from famous and not so famous speakers…(Eleven);
“Even if tomorrow I knew the world would go to pieces, I would still plant my apple tree” – Martin Luther
This quote stopped me in my tracks as I was scrolling through the page, and saw it it just took me I couldn’t stop reading it and trying to pry it open to reveal its secrets.

Why even if you knew it would be destroyed the next day would you take so much effort to do something? Perhaps that is the thing that makes us most human? Hope that no matter what is said and despite all the evidence to the contrary that something better awaits us as humans…(Twelve)

This belief that it’s not in the outcome but the journey to that outcome that we must enjoy, and live out. What if this solitary belief is one of the great things that separate us from the wild animals we share this earth with (Underline SHARE).

So if you also feel that in some way this quote touched you leave a comment or a like maybe even follow me just don’t leave without saying anything.

Conclusion

“Squirrel who runs up woman’s leg will not find nuts.” – Not Confucius and I am soo glad…

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