Tuesday, September 04, 2007

The Pleasure of Leisure



All intellectual improvement arises from leisure.

[Dr. Johnson]

5 comments:

  1. I'm highly willing to sleep together with these wonderful creatures, share their perfect tranquility...

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  2. What a pleasure for my eyes, Miss Copernicus.

    Your words so nicely chosen let me decide not to write the intended update to this post, as . . .

    . . . thus spake Copernicus: "Knowing to know what we know and not knowing what we don't know is true knowledge."

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  3. Iyi ki kedi degilim. Ayni kanepede uyudugum dostumun battaniyesini paylasamazsam ruyalarini nasil paylasabilirdim ki. Kediler icin uzgunum. Iyi ki kedim yok. :)

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  4. Hans,
    it's so kind that you would not ask when I rushed downstairs to embrace a white cocotte. :)

    Anonymous Lady
    [it is unlikely that a man would take (much) notice of the cats not sharing one blanket, let alone this fact would not inspire associations of such kind],

    great seems your power of observation.

    As for your thought: May your birds of imagination and dreaming never get caught . . .

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