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September 25, 2009 | Gratitude Journal | 1 comment

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– Albert Einstein

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To my knowledge Einstein stressed his strength is the unexhausted curiosity towards

the nature. I hope this cute boy keep his

curiosity to his last goodby to this wonderful nature. And I’m convinced the most

precious present of the parents is to encourage their children to approach the nature and the human world with the compass-

ionate curiosity. I appreciate this beloved

boy and his parents of sharing this charming moment. Be wonderful towards the life!
——-

Hyung Rog Choi | 9:43 pm, September 25, 2009 | Link

 
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