my (online) commonplace book

com·mon·place book /ˈkämənˌplās ˌbo͝ok/ noun :: a book into which notable extracts from other works are copied for personal use. (Oxford)


Leonardo Da Vinci said that “just as a well-spent day brings sweet sleep, so a life well used brings sweet death.”

the nearer a man comes to a calm mind, the closer he is to strength. /marcus aurelius

  • say only what needs to be said, nothing more