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  • Westell shared from The Narrow Road to the Deep North by Richard Flanagan
    And again he tried to tell himself how this was a good day and how lucky he was in his strength, which helped preserve itself; for Darky Gardiner understood that weakness only created more weakness, that every misstep led to a thousand more, that every time he balanced on his toes on one craggy piece of limestone it mattered to concentrate on getting the next step to the next craggy rock or slimy log right, so that he would not fall and hurt himself, so he might do the same again tomorrow and all the days after that.
    Note: Human stubbornness and willpower, page after page.. Wonderfully written
  • Westell shared from The Narrow Road to the Deep North by Richard Flanagan
    And again he tried to tell himself how this was a good day and how lucky he was in his strength, which helped preserve itself; for Darky Gardiner understood that weakness only created more weakness, that every misstep led to a thousand more, that every time he balanced on his toes on one craggy piece of limestone it mattered to concentrate on getting the next step to the next craggy rock or slimy log right, so that he would not fall and hurt himself, so he might do the same again tomorrow and all the days after that.
    Note: Human stubbornness and willpower, page after page.. Wonderfully written
  • Westell shared from The Narrow Road to the Deep North by Richard Flanagan
    And again he tried to tell himself how this was a good day and how lucky he was in his strength, which helped preserve itself; for Darky Gardiner understood that weakness only created more weakness, that every misstep led to a thousand more, that every time he balanced on his toes on one craggy piece of limestone it mattered to concentrate on getting the next step to the next craggy rock or slimy log right, so that he would not fall and hurt himself, so he might do the same again tomorrow and all the days after that.
    Note: Human stubbornness and willpower, page after page.. Wonderfully written
  • Westell shared from The Narrow Road to the Deep North by Richard Flanagan
    And again he tried to tell himself how this was a good day and how lucky he was in his strength, which helped preserve itself; for Darky Gardiner understood that weakness only created more weakness, that every misstep led to a thousand more, that every time he balanced on his toes on one craggy piece of limestone it mattered to concentrate on getting the next step to the next craggy rock or slimy log right, so that he would not fall and hurt himself, so he might do the same again tomorrow and all the days after that.
    Note: From 'The Narrow Road To The Deep North' Page after page makes one wonder about human ability to adjust to every situation and willpower to survive
  • Westell shared from The Narrow Road to the Deep North by Richard Flanagan
    And again he tried to tell himself how this was a good day and how lucky he was in his strength, which helped preserve itself; for Darky Gardiner understood that weakness only created more weakness, that every misstep led to a thousand more, that every time he balanced on his toes on one craggy piece of limestone it mattered to concentrate on getting the next step to the next craggy rock or slimy log right, so that he would not fall and hurt himself, so he might do the same again tomorrow and all the days after that.
    Note: From 'The Narrow Road To The Deep North' Page after page makes one wonder about human ability to adjust to every situation and willpower to survive
  • Westell shared from The Narrow Road to the Deep North by Richard Flanagan
    And again he tried to tell himself how this was a good day and how lucky he was in his strength, which helped preserve itself; for Darky Gardiner understood that weakness only created more weakness, that every misstep led to a thousand more, that every time he balanced on his toes on one craggy piece of limestone it mattered to concentrate on getting the next step to the next craggy rock or slimy log right, so that he would not fall and hurt himself, so he might do the same again tomorrow and all the days after that.
    Note: From 'The Narrow Road To The Deep North' Page after page makes one wonder about human ability to adjust to every situation and willpower to survive
  • Westell shared from The Narrow Road to the Deep North by Richard Flanagan
    A HAPPY MAN has no past, while an unhappy man has nothing else.
    Note: "A HAPPY MAN has no past, while an unhappy man has nothing else."
  • Westell shared from The Narrow Road to the Deep North by Richard Flanagan
    A HAPPY MAN has no past, while an unhappy man has nothing else.
  • Westell shared from The Alchemist - 10th Anniversary Edition by Paulo Coelho
    Everyone seems to have a clear idea of how other people should lead their lives, but none about his or her own.
  • Westell shared from The Alchemist - 10th Anniversary Edition by Paulo Coelho
    before him and asked for her hand. It’s the possibility of having a dream come true that makes life interesting,