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Ancora Imparo, “Yet, I am still learning”. It is a quote from Michelangelo. This phrase helps define my attitude. I feel in everything we see or do, there is something that can be learned. There is no one who will ever “learn it all”.

I will cling to the rope God has thrown me in Jesus Christ, even when my numb hands can no longer feel it.

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ANACORA IMPARO: "I am still learning." At 87 yrs old, Michelangelo penned these words in Italian on the margin of a drawing.

Our absolute favorite! The Rancho Corona University Hoodie! For years readers have been asking Robin if Rancho Corona University is a real college. Why? Because they all want to go there. Alas, RCU on

Rancho Corona University Hoodie

Our absolute favorite! The Rancho Corona University Hoodie! For years readers have been asking Robin if Rancho Corona University is a real college. Alas, RCU on

Lennon

Imagine all the artists/poets expressing the heart/soul essence. Imagine all the luminous reflections created, shining as one.

Crescat scientia vita excolatur - “let knowledge grow”

"The hood does not make the monk" - William Shakespeare, Twelfth Night, Scene I, Act V --- True. Anyone can be a wolf in sheep's clothing. Look at all the devout & holy Priests who remove their vestments to rape children. I rest my case.

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-Thomas Paine "I guess that is what i should pray for and not to be selfish and want an easy life. I need to put my shoulder to the wheel so my children can live the American dream again"-sylvia

❛Ad infinitum❜  •             /// "Ad infinitum is a Latin phrase meaning 'to infinity' or 'forevermore.'  In context, it usually means 'continue forever, without limit' and thus can be used to describe a non-terminating process, a non-terminating repeating process, or a set of instructions to be repeated 'forever,' among other uses. It may also be used in a manner similar to the Latin phrase 'et cetera' to denote written words or a concept that continues for a lengthy period beyond.."

to infinity Going on forever. Used to designate a property which repeats in all cases in mathematical proof.

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