• schwitzer

Success/Happiness

20th March, 2012

“Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success.” — Albert Schweitzer, a German, then French theologian, organist, philosopher, physician, and medical missionary.


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When faced with challenges and decisions there is a tipping point in time where if we start to think about it for too long we over-think and lose our instinctual reaction. Read on…

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“Success is not the key to happiness. Read on…

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I recently had to write a brief description of an item I was looking for in a shop to the assistant and a couple of things dawned upon me Read on…

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Spotted these little gems the other day. Read on…

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So that’s who makes all the noise up here in the jungle! Read on…

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Had my Balinese house-warming ceremony on Friday – a beautiful moment. Read on…

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Starting to add the details to my first big project of the year Read on…

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Awaking early the other morning I rounded the corner as I raced through the rice fields near my house Read on…

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Another knockout experience that it seems Bali is uniquely able to provide. Read on…

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If we needed another argument for protecting rainforest biodiversity, here’s a new addition: Read on…

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You’ve probably heard of the slow food movement in the west, well, in less confused parts of the world, it’s just called food and this is just called architecture. Read on…

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Fascinating article on a learning technique I have often considered feasible but had difficulty articulating. Read on…