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Bergens Marine Engineer - Page 2

Page 2 of my journal from April of 2009. My comments in italics below.
Page 2 of my journal from April of 2009. My comments in italics below.
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Annals of Journals: Bergens Marine Engineer

Page 2 of my journal from April of 2009. My comments in italics below.
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I often had nightmares about driving my truck off a cliff in Seattle. Not there really were any cliffs, just some steep hills. Once, while a friend was trying to park, he accidently rolled forward and hit the parked car in front of him, which in turn…
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 Frustrated, she stepped out of the car to pump the gas herself. Curses formed on her lips, what as asshole. He was! The way he spoke down to her and made her feel small. His small mind, but… she loved him and recognized his faults. She knew he recognized…
 Frustrated, she stepped out of the car to pump the gas herself. Curses formed on her lips, what as asshole. He was! The way he spoke down to her and made her feel small. His small mind, ...
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 In every garden be sure to place a fountain. This is important.
 In every garden be sure to place a fountain. This is important.
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Don’t forget everything changes. What you feel kinship with today might poison you tomorrow. The sour taste may turn sweet.   Photo Credit: “Luca Pacioli (Gemaelde)” by Jacopo de’ Barbari (1460/1470–before 1516) – [1]Transferred from de.wikipedia;…
Don't forget everything changes. What you feel kinship with today might poison you tomorrow. The sour taste may turn sweet.   Photo Credit: "Luca Pacioli (Gemaelde)" by Jacopo de' Barbari (146...
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Annals of Journals: Bergens Marine Engineer

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Inspiration - Mary Oliver

The Summer Day Mary Oliver Who made the world? Who made the swan, and the black bear? Who made the grasshopper? This grasshopper, I mean- the one who has flung herself out of the grass, the one who is eating sugar out of my hand, who is moving her jaws…
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Inspiration - Alex Katz

I have been really loving the work of Alex Katz.
I have been really loving the work of Alex Katz.
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 Speech is a powerful tool, but not as persuasive as silence.
 Speech is a powerful tool, but not as persuasive as silence.
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 There is always a secret self. Even if you speak it. There is always a secret, unknown self.
 There is always a secret self. Even if you speak it. There is always a secret, unknown self.
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“There is a vitality, a life force, an energy, a quickening that is translated through you into action, and because there is only one of you in all of time, this expression is unique. And if you block it, it will never exist through any other medium and…
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