Andrew Reid

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Honda Grom 125 2016 - Yellow

This is it: the semi-official list of the 11 best fuel efficient motorcycles your money will be able to buy in courtesy of Gas Enjoy!

Zombie Survival Bike -------------------------------------------- You just never know! Lmaooo

Remember the popular post we did on the Motoped conversion kit? Now the same guys behind the petrolhead DIY project have presented their new kit, the Motopeds Survival Bike : Black Ops Edition. The apocalypse ready ride is built with the same kit as

http://hiconsumption.com/2016/10/2017-triumph-bonneville-bobber/

triumph bobber 2017 - I confess I am a little smitten. With a few tweeks it could be almost as good looking as my Sunbeam.

The Shortness of Life: Seneca on Busyness and The Art of Living Wide Rather Than Living Long | Brain Pickings

On the Shortness of Life Seneca “ “The greatest obstacle to living is expectancy, which hangs upon tomorrow and loses today… The whole future lies in uncertainty: live immediately.” ” Seneca on.

Marcus Aurelius Quote shared from www.quotehd.com

Marcus Aurelius Quotes, Quotations, Phrases, Verses and Sayings.

Stoicism is a school of Hellenistic philosophy founded in Athens by Zeno of Citium in the early 3rd century B.C. The Stoics taught that destructive emotions resulted from errors in judgment, and that a sage, or person of "moral and intellectual perfection," would not suffer such emotions.

Stoic is a member of a Greek school of philosophy, founded by Zenon about 308 B. They believed that God determined everything for the best and that virtue is sufficient for happiness. (They have my vote:)

Stoicism. Major Thinkers include Zeno (334  -262 BCE), Cleanthes (303-233 BCE), Epictetus (60-117 CE), and Marcus Aurelius (121  -180 CE).Key Concepts. Greatest good comes from wisdom, virtue, and acceptance of   what cannot be directly controlled. Stoic virtues include wisdom, courage, justice,   and temperance. Self-control and fortitude are a way of mastering destructive   emotions.

Stoicism. Major Thinkers include Zeno (334 -262 BCE), Cleanthes (303-233 BCE), Epictetus (60-117 CE), and Marcus Aurelius (121 -180 CE).Key Concepts. Greatest good comes from wisdom, virtue, and acceptance of what cannot be directly controlled. Stoic virtues include wisdom, courage, justice, and temperance. Self-control and fortitude are a way of mastering destructive emotions.