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NOTE TO SELF : Stop making embarrassing writing mistakes 

Charged based on 

Weight Concept

Charged based on 

Peace Concept

It is better to light a candle and cry than sit and curse the dark

As you Sore to Soar so shall you Sow to Reap

Honor is praise out of gratitude 

Not praise in expectation

Would you tell an established wine maker to go start learning to make wine from scratch without tasting it? when she makes the best wine already? And has special skills compared to the rest? 

Gallup is right play to your strengths not your weaknesses 

Blackalicious says
“Artificial Amateurs, Aren’t At All Amazing
Analytically”,  How True!

The atrocities of society … While some of the rich get richer and sit in their ivory towers up in the sky, the poor are down to earth scrambling for crumbs that fall to the floor. 

O how I envy babies for they babble and yet a mother is able to understand exactly what the little one is saying in the same way even that the baby reflects his mother’s gestures and expressions. 

The Tower of Babel … Look you fools stop planting things high up in the sky while nations are starving … Use that money to help those dying and frustrated and about to do something drastic that will vanish you from the face of the earth. You evil men of greed. Give everyone a bit of heaven before the pyramid tips and you who were once on top shall be down the scale!!!!

True and Untrue

Two brothers were known as True and Untrue for their natures. They set out to seek their fortunes. Untrue persuaded True to let them both eat True’s food first, and when that was eaten, refused True any of his. True said that it showed Untrue’s nature, and Untrue gouged his brother’s eyes out.

True fumbled along through the woods until he came to a lime tree. He decided to spend the night in it for fear of wild animals. A bear, wolf, fox, and hare met under it, because it was St. John’s Eve. The bear said that the dew on the lime tree would cure the sight of the king, who was going blind; the wolf said that the king’s daughter was deaf and dumb because when she went to communion, she let a crumb fall, but if they caught the toad that had swallowed it, she would be cured; the fox told how the king could find a spring in his courtyard; and the hare told how a golden chain buried about the king’s orchard kept it from bearing fruit.
At dawn, True rubbed his eyes with the dew, and regained his sight. He went to serve the king and put to use everything the animals had said, ending with restoring the princess’s speech and hearing, at which the king married him to the princess and gave him half his kingdom.

At the wedding, a beggar came: Untrue. True gave him some food and told him to go sit in the lime tree, but when the animals came, they knew that someone had overheard all they said, so this year, they did not do more than say good night and part.

The Hardest Logic Puzzle

Three gods A, B, and C are called, in no particular order, True, False, and Random. True always speaks truly, False always speaks falsely, but whether Random speaks truly or falsely is a completely random matter. Your task is to determine the identities of A, B, and C by asking three yes-no questions; each question must be put to exactly one god. The gods understand English, but will answer all questions in their own language, in which the words for yes and no are da and ja, in some order. You do not know which word means which.

Boolos provides the following clarifications: a single god may be asked more than one question, questions are permitted to depend on the answers to earlier questions, and the nature of Random’s response should be thought of as depending on the flip of a coin hidden in his brain: if the coin comes down heads, he speaks truly; if tails, falsely.

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