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Monday, May 28, 2007
Refdesk Thoughts of the Day:
"[There is] an immense, painful longing for a broader..."
"[There is] an immense, painful longing for a broader, more flexible, fuller, more
coherent, more comprehensive account of what we human beings are, who we are and what this life is for."
"Through the years, a man peoples a space with images of provinces..."
"Through the years, a man peoples a space with images of provinces, kingdoms,
mountains, bays, ships, islands, fishes, rooms, tools, stars, horses and people. Shortly before his death, he discovers that the patient labyrinth of lines traces the image of his own face."
-Jorge Luis Borges
"A guilty conscience needs to confess..."
"A guilty conscience needs to confess. A work of art is a confession."
"The unselfish effort to bring cheer to others..."
"The unselfish effort to bring cheer to others will be the beginning of a happier
life for ourselves."
"Real knowledge is to know..."
"Real knowledge is to know the extent of one's ignorance."