Set 14: Little push

81.
a city here is a city there

80.
there’s a Napoleon for every age
but there doesn’t have to be an age for every Napoleon

79.
love’s roads ask to be followed with tenacity
towards their ends

78.
the possible suddens the impossible

77.
small things, by their addition
become big things

76.
there’s no shame in love
only not loving

75.
love gets in the way of wisdom

74.
you can do anything you want if you want to
really

73.
the mind two steps ahead of the body
dragging it with it

72.
freedom’s a servitude if not human

71.
what’s a man? a boy
daily expressing a vow

70.
love resolves the tyranny of freedom

69.
the past is never too far from the present

68.
in Pandora’s screen there is less urgency to listen
and every means to waste time

67.
you can be a coward and create
in fact, you have to be

66.
happiness is touching what is real

65.
those who devalue work are not yet people

64.
the parent’s survival guide: compromise early and get used to it

63.
restaurants teach Marx better than Marx:
the dishwasher, waiter, busser and cook
all under one roof—only the owner not

62.
honest labor revives the soul

61.
life unfolds in the absence of preparation

60.
distraction is more tiresome than effort

59.
amateurs attach themselves to their work

58.
if it’s superficial it’s not effort

57.
metamorphosis depends on a series of accidents

56.
life has a way of teaching everything everywhere
if you pay attention

55.
to die is too easy

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