If money can fix a problem, then it really isn’t a problem
If Money Can Fix a ProblemIf Money Can Fix a Problem
Goran tells the story of telling his grandmother that she should not eat bread. Grandmother asks: “What?” “Well, grains are not healthy for you”, he says. She replies: “Well son, you must die of something."
Goran’s grandmother’s ZenGoran’s grandmother’s Zen
Fall 6 times, but get up 7 times...
Okinawa saying – Fall 6 timesOkinawa saying – Fall 6 times
You shouldn't fight with the pig. You will both end up in the mud but the pig likes that.
Okinawa saying – pigOkinawa saying – pig
Karate begins and ends with courtesy.
Gichin Funakoshi – Respect and courtesyGichin Funakoshi – Respect and courtesy
Flowing water doesn't compete.
Tao – Lao TseTao – Lao Tse
The best things in life are free. Think about that for a moment... health, laugh, love, mother, child, sunset...
Chinese proverb – the best things in life are freeChinese proverb – the best things in life are free
Prepare for what you pray for.
Chinese proverb – be preparedChinese proverb – be prepared
Son dont work for money. Make money do work for you.
My father said about moneyMy father said about money
You are born original dont die a copy.
Be YourselfBe Yourself
Inspiration Is for amateurs - the rest of us Just show up and get to work
A shoe trader from Venice, decides to sell shoes at a new bazaar in Africa and sends two assistants there to do market research.
The first one comes back and says that there is no market for shoes because all people there walk barefoot.
The second one comes back and says it’s the best possible market because no one there has shoes on.
An eagle never had the need to meet another eagle. Ants are those who have invented peoples.
Miroslav Mika Antić about lonenessMiroslav Mika Antić about loneness
Son, a man must have two faces: one that smiles and does whatever it wants in life and another one which is grim and does what must be done.
My old man sharing with me his thought about what must be doneMy old man sharing with me his thought about what must be done
An anecdote told to me by a friend of mine some years ago. To me this is kind of the Serbian Zen.
The place is a village near Jagodina, the time is several decades ago. A few peasants are sitting in front of a shop drinking beer.
The local schoolteacher comes along and asks them: “Good afternoon. What are you doing here?”
The peasants find themselves embarrassed and wanting to outwit the teacher one of them replies: “We’re discussing who will win, Mao Zedong or Chiang Kai-shek?”
The teacher replies: “Oh! And why don’t you wash your faces first?”