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Thank God for Quotes.....

My eyes are crying out for mercy... if I could I would pull them off or detach them and drop them in cold water. That would make them happy.... how did man get reduced to this plight, of staring into a screen and making his universe work for him. I stare into the screen and all I get is a headache. And now I am doomed, nothing I do seems to satisfy him (my boss at work).. either its over the top or its too little... and now I have to rework the entire structure again.
Well a friend once sent me this quote, "Blessed is the person who is too busy to worry in the daytime and too sleepy to worry at night." I am ready to swear by this quote it has saved my life many a times...

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mazhalai said…
sending peaceful thoughts your way!
Carol said…
fianlly! a comment..
The Mahathma said…
hard work pays

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