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|The Impact of Relative Filters on Your Words — Leo Buscaglia once said: Time |
has no meaning in itself unless we choose to give it significance. We often fail to
move and achieve what society regards as the basic necessities in our lives.
|You are the best you. You will always be the second best anyone else.” “Time |
has no meaning in itself unless we choose to give it significance.” “In the end, you
have only you.” Satiated, I took a shower to rinse off the warm fuzziness of these ...
|"Time used for the betterment of humanity is never ill spent, but is invested with |
tremendous dividends." A number of experts ... Leo Buscaglia once said, "Time
has no meaning in itself unless we choose to give it significance. " Nothing
|I am definitely going to take a course on time management... just as soon as I can |
work it into my schedule. - Boone, Louis E. Time ... Brown, John Mason Time has
no meaning in itself unless we choose to give it significance. - Buscaglia, Leo ...
|It's. About. Time. Time has no meaning in itself unless we choose to give it |
significance. —Leo Buscaglia Time is a wonderful and terrible thing. Everybody
wants to spend more of it doing things they enjoy and less of it doing things they
|Time has no meaning in itself unless we choose to give it significance Leo |
Buscaglia—author, speaker, professor 1924—1988 ... Three times in every 19
years (a metonic cycle) an extra month was inserted to keep the calendar in
|TIME. AND. MOTION. TIME. HAS NO MEANING IN ITSELF UNLESS WE |
CHOOSE TO GIVE IT SIGNIFICANCE. ¦L. EO BUSCAGLIA PART 1: SHUTTER
SPEEDS, THE THIRD PHOTOGRAPHIC ELEMENT We«ve covered framing (the
|Buscaglia, Leo Time has no meaning in itself unless we choose to give it |
significance. - Buscaglia, Leo A wonderful realization will be the day you realize
that you are unique in all the world. There is nothing that is an accident. You are
|that unless we have a constructive outlook over the past, we are drawn either to |
mysticism or to cynicism. ... history has no meaning, or a multiplicity of equally
valid or invalid meanings, or the meaning which we arbitrarily choose to give to it.
... Thucydides believed that nothing significant had happened in time before the
events which he described, and that nothing ... The attainment of the goal of
history would automatically mean the end of the history: history itself became a