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Sunday, July 09, 2006

Deep Thoughts - Writing on the White Board

Two things amaze me from a post (given below); viz., first it is about the human desire to learn anyhow, anywhere, anyways; and second, it shows the creative visualization of a blogger to capture the tacit and make it tangible (that it gets traffic, is an interesting observation). Moral of the story: Every information its reader.

Deep Thoughts, posted by m.m.a., The Hospital Librarian, June 16, 2006
Everyday the white board outside of our hospital chapel has a new inspirational, thought-provoking, timely quote for passersby to read. It's a busy hallway and many people make a point of checking it out, including myself. The quotes aren't always of a "religious nature" (whatever that may mean) and they've featured words from Oprah to Moses and everywhere in between.
I was pleasantly surprised today to find this quote from the infamous Jessamyn West. Read the quote
See also my blog on quotations

Technocrati tags: Inspiration; Care givers; Spirituality.

1 comment:

Ron Young said...

Hi Mohamed,

Thank you so much for your kind words about my comment on Nirmala's km and spirituality blog.

I find your site very embracing and interesting. I look forward to the prospect of reading your new book and browsing your thoughts.

Ron Young

Cambridge UK

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