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Tuesday, July 05, 2005

If there are bounds to any man

For more on the theme "If there are bounds to any man."
the title of a poem by H. MacDiarmid in Scots-English with a translation to French, by the chap in the photo, please click and visit Poems by H.MacDiarmid-Bilingual English-French

You will find a host of other subjects raised by Little Big Mac-Diarmid to comment upon via the above link.

Personal Motto: "To thine own self be true..."
Shakespeare, Hamlet.

when expanded begins in a very weblog controversial manner in Polonius' advice to his son:

"Give thy thoughts no tongue,
nor any unproproportioned thought his act"
and terminates:
"And this above all "To thine own self be true..."
And it must follow as the night follows the day,
Thou canst not then be false to any man."

Saturday, July 02, 2005

Futures Quotes - The future has several names_G8.

"The future has several names. For the weak, it is the impossible. For the faint-hearted, it is the unknown. For the thoughtful and valiant, it is the ideal."

by Victor Hugo (ref. Quote of the Day, 2 July 2005, from Arcamax_com)

Unfortunately the Super Scooter, my wife Françoise & I used to visit the Isles "Les Saintes" Guadeloupe, (Gwada for short) French Antilles, is not a fully life-cycle accredited electric & photovoltaic job. But this will be coming soon. Our journey to "audit" Teaching Staff & living conditions there was entirely paid by our Carbon Credits. We "walked the talk." as an X-ray of my knees can testify, a biometrical id witness.

Towards Clean Energy Ideals - Towards Clean Energy Ideals - Towards Clean Energy Ideals
To be added to the Human Rights Chart -The Arbroath Amendment.?

G8 Gleneagles Scotland best known for Golf Courses & Greens. Could be worth some thought?

Web logged:
From an ex-caddy at the Scottish Amateur Golf Championship at Western Gailes perhaps the most beautiful course in South West of Scotland at the time, around 1960. Two rounds caddied, 18 holes each, my first consultancy job! With only 2 months school holiday playing experience, loaned clubs of a varied nature & quality, on the local public course (Irvine-Municipal) I was terrorised throughout at the idea of giving bad advice. Was I glad "we" lost that second round. I remember because I needed spectacles to read the school blackboard the following September, or the one after. In spite of moving to sit at the front of the class I still couldn't read the board, but learned early (not as early as some) that it can be comfortable to sit below a teachers gaze!