This is one of those special days. One of those days you don’t experience every day. When this blog was started some months ago, it was like a pipe-dream, I didn’t trust it could get many readers. But this number makes me believe! So here we go, sharing this previous experience from the sister project “El blog de Fabio”.
One hundred followers. Thanks to Tim Miller, who happened to be the one-hundredth person to click here. And thanks also to other ninety-nine previous followers. And thanks also to so many other people who do not click to show they were here, but… they read this blog, all the same.
To all of you, simply: a big thank you for coming, passing by, reading… staying!
(Original post: the first 100 followers of “El blog de Fabio, months ago).
Hay muchas personas que dan dicha. También, algunos números. Y no es fácil expresarlo. Es muy agradable escribir, eso lo sé desde hace mucho. Además, es un deleite disponer de un dispositivo dedica…
Source: Seguidores que suman y siguen
Hi all. Thanks for the third time to Rachael. This challenge has been a great experience.
What? You still didn’t get it yesterday? So, this is your last chance. Read on and you will understand, I hope. Oh, c’mon, please, read. 🙂
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Hi everybody. Thanks once again to Rachael. I go on with this challenge.
What? You didn’t get it yesterday? OK. Read on and you will understand.
Learning to let go should be learned before learning to get. Life should be touched, not strangled. You’ve got to relax, let it happen at times, and at others move forward with it.
– Ray Bradbury
It is not good to look at the clouds or your work will not progress.
– ancient Mayan proverb
You only lose what you cling to.
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Hi everybody. Thanks, Rachael. I take the challenge!
What? Read on and you will understand.
Praised be You my Lord through Sister Water,
So useful, humble, precious and pure.
– St Francis of Assisi
If you love somebody, let them go, for if they return, they were always yours. If they don’t, they never were.
– Khalil Gibran
Truth does not become more true by virtue of the fact that the entire world agrees with it, nor less so even if the whole world disagrees with it.
Continue reading “Three-Day Quote Challenge – Day 1”