Circle Creativity

It is amazing what creativity and nature can look like…Here are only few examples of the circles in the nature. Are they really a Circle, or?

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A Witty Saying – having the nature of wit

A Witty Saying … is fun. So I found several Quotes about that too. Enjoy (like I did).

I hope that at least one will make you smile (inside)….

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Pamper or Indulge

Once upon a time I wrote the famous Mark Twain Quote on my window. I used the waterproof pencile so that I can wash my windows without loosing thins quote. It stood there for a long time. One day, one person came to help me clean the house. Somehow he was the one to wash the windows. I didn’t look what he was doing because I had so many other stuffs to do. But when I finally came to that window, I saw how he used all his power to erase my carefully written words.

I just gave him a look. I was not surprised, but still don’t understand how these words didn’t stop him to think…. Would you erase that?

No, you wouldn’t. ‘Cause the quote advices you to pumper, to indulge yourself in this crazy world……

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pam·per

(păm′pər)

tr.v. pam·pered, pam·per·ing, pam·pers

1. To treat with excessive indulgence: pampered their child.
2. To give in to; gratify: He pampered his ambition for wealth and fame.
3. Archaic To indulge with rich food; glut.

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Leaves of Grass

Keep your face always toward the sunshine – and shadows will fall behind you.

– Walt Whitman

When I read leaf… I read Leaves of Grass.

Leaves of Grass is a poetry collection by the American poet Walt Whitman (1819–1892). Although the first edition was published in 1855, Whitman spent most of his professional life writing and re-writing Leaves of Grass,[1] revising it multiple times until his death. This resulted in vastly different editions over four decades—the first a small book of twelve poems and the last a compilation of over 400.

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