March 18, 2011
Labours of love are things of wonder and magic, especially if they are directed towards raising the bar and enabling those who visit to see further because they stand on the shoulders of giants. Interesting factoid; that quote is attributed to Sir Isaac Newton and always used as a po
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sitive example of humility and yet, in truth, it was a dig at the president of the Royal Society in England at the time, one Robert Hooke, whom Newton detested. Hooke was a hunchback, who walked around stooped and Newton’s comment was meant to be demeaning. Big genius, big ego; hmmmmmmmmmmmm
I may have posted this link before, I haven’t had my morning gigabyte of espresso,but it’s worth sharing it with you again. And sure enough,I have, ah well, enjoy it again.
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