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|02-07-2012 09:30 AM|
"Anyone can hold the helm when the sea is calm."
- Syrus Pubilius
|02-07-2012 12:40 AM|
"You're never where you think you are"
|02-06-2012 07:01 PM|
"The sail, the play of its pulse so like our own lives: so thin and yet so full of life, so noiseless when it labours hardest, so noisy and impatient when least effective".
Henry David Thoreau
|02-06-2012 10:15 AM|
|Midnightflyer||"No good deed goes unpunished, Alas, but true"|
|02-06-2012 09:53 AM|
"It is better to have absolutely no idea where one is and KNOW it, Than to believe confidently that one IS where one is NOT!"
- T.S. Elliot
|02-06-2012 02:08 AM|
"or more skillful still as a sailboat can tack, because when a sailboat tacks and goes in a direction contrary to the wind, it still is using the wind to blow it along. That is the most highly skillful art of all. That is Taoism in perfection. The art of sailing. Very intelligent."
- Alan Watts explanation of the Tao Te Ching
|02-06-2012 12:43 AM|
"To reach the port of heaven, we must sail sometimes with the wind and sometimes against it - but we must sail, and not drift, nor lie at anchor.”
- Oliver Wendel Holmes
|02-06-2012 12:31 AM|
I hold with great affection the traditional Breton (French) prayer:
"Protegez moi, mon Seigneur,
Ma barque est si petite,
Et votre mer est si grande."
Protect me, O Lord,
My boat is so small,
And your sea is so big."
|02-06-2012 12:09 AM|
"The sea is the same as it has been since before men ever went on it in boats."
- Ernest Hemingway
|02-06-2012 12:07 AM|
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