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Dobrze jest tęsknić, gdy tęskni się z wzajemnością.
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Blokada przed otwarciem się przed drugim człowiekiem jest ciężka do pokonania. Każdy ma swoje lęki, obawy, doznania z przeszłości, które potrafią komplikować teraźniejszość. To wspomnienia odgrywają dużą rolę w naszym życiu, to one nas kształtują, wpływają na nas. Musimy tylko umieć oddzielić złe doświadczenia od tych dobrych, musimy uważać żeby nie sparzyć się po raz kolejny. Trzeba walczyć, czasami nawet z samym sobą, stoczyć tę wewnętrzną bitwę. Musimy nauczyć się nie poddawać.
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— Leśmian
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For there is nothing either good or bad but thinking makes it so.
— William Shakespeare, Hamlet
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He was Science, I was Art
— (via silver-blonde)

Tańczyłem z paroma przypadkowymi dziewczynami, a potem - z Tobą i przypadkowość skończyła się, bo przecież byliśmy tamtej nocy umówieni od lat.

— Jeremi Przybora z listu do Osieckiej
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Madam Moll, Gangster from The Late 20’s with her M1928 Thompson in front of a bank safe she just robbed…

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Nic nie stoi na twojej drodze oprócz ciebie.
— Grey's Anatomy
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"He hadn’t sold anything yet. He was still penniless and desperate, and he knew that to make something of his idea was going to require years of backbreaking labor. But he was ecstatic, because the prospect of those endless years of hard labor did not seem like a burden to him. Bill Gates had that same feeling when he first sat down at the keyboard at Lakeside. And the Beatles didn’t recoil in horror when they were told they had to play eight hours a night, seven days a week. They jumped at the chance. Hard work is a prison sentence only if it does not have meaning. Once it does, it becomes the kind of thing that makes you grab your wife around the waist and dance a jig."
— Malcolm Gladwell, Outliers: The Story of Success
"Those three things—autonomy, complexity, and a connection between effort and reward—are, most people agree, the three qualities that work has to have if it is to be satisfying. It is not how much money we make that ultimately makes us happy between nine and five. It’s whether our work fulfills us. If I offered you a choice between being an architect for $75,000 a year and working in a tollbooth every day for the rest of your life for $100,000 a year, which would you take? I’m guessing the former, because there is complexity, autonomy, and a relationship between effort and reward in doing creative work, and that’s worth more to most of us than money."
— Malcolm Gladwell, Outliers: The Story of Success
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