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By Rob Tobin

When you have difficulty getting up within the morning, in the event you lack motivation at paintings, if you cannot be afflicted with friends and family, this name is filled with the best cynical and defeatist charges.

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Henry David Thoreau Solitude 64 a l i f e c h o i c e The majority of men devote the greater part of their lives to making their remaining years unhappy.

I’d rather read, tell stories, crack jokes, talk, laugh – anything but work. Abraham Lincoln 41 a p a t h y The chief attraction of military service has consisted and will consist in this compulsory and irreproachable idleness. Tolstoy War and Peace 42 a l i f e c h o i c e Put off the evil hour as long as you can. Proverb 43 a p a t h y As peace is the end of war, so to be idle is the ultimate purpose of the busy. Samuel Johnson The Idler 44 a l i f e c h o i c e He that knows nothing, doubts nothing.

Proverb 45 a p a t h y Hard work has never killed anyone, but it frightens some people half to death. Aldous Huxley 46 a l i f e c h o i c e Marriage has many pains but celibacy has no pleasures. Samuel Johnson Rasselas 47 a p a t h y If it rained knowledge, I’d hold out my hand; but I would not give myself the trouble to go in quest of it. Boswell Life of Johnson 48 a l i f e c h o i c e In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes. Benjamin F ranklin Franklin letter to Jean-Baptiste Le Roy 49 a p a t h y Cheer up, the worst is yet to come.

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