I love O mags

O mags are perfect as a diversion when you’re having your nails done by 2 nail technicians, one doing pedi and the other one, mani which resulted to 2 sets of dissimilarly-shaped nails – Square toenails and Oval fingernails. (It can be inferred then that they both come from different generations: Millennial and Boom, respectively.); as a buddy when all of a sudden heavy rains pour on a Tuesday afternoon with voices bawling for attention on the vast cylindrical skylights across the ceiling of the Retail King’s mall; as a mind breather when thoughts on hearing mass at Pink Sisters’ Convent for your spiritual intelligence enhancement , which is the main prospect of the point at issue – to go or not to go to the City of Pines – plus other sub-thoughts collide with the other inane ones in your patio of conception creating chaos that is somewhat fatal to your momentary R and R.Anyway, here’s a quote from the O mag I was reading:

“To live content with small means; to seek elegance rather than luxury; and refinement rather than fashion; to be worthy, not respectable; and wealthy, not rich; to study hard, think quietlytalk gently, act frankly… to listen to stars and buds, to babes and sages, with open heart; await occasions, hurry never… This is my symphony.

William Henry Channing

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