Wednesday, April 04, 2012


The roughest road has the lightest traffic.

You may have a map and still not know where you are.

Two distances may not be equal or shorter, but one will be better.

Don't forget to grab your towel and stick out your thumb, if it's the end of the world.

When the world is leading, don't follow--worlds have a way of leading astray.

Asking for directions is good only if the locals like you.

Be friendly. Be sincere.

Help is always near.

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