Freitag, 2. Oktober 2009

Text: Silent Nobility

Hi All,

I would like to add something. Here is a writing I thought you might appreciate: 'Silent Nobility' by philosopher Prof. Pascal Mercier :

"It is a mistake to believe that the decisive moments of a life when its direction changes forever must be marked by sentimental loud and shrill dramatics, manifested by violent inner surges. This is a sentimental fairy tale invented by drunken journalists, flashbulb happy film-makers and readers of the tabloids.

In truth the dramatic moments of a life-determining experience are often unbelievably low-key. It has so little in common with the bang, the flash or the volcanic eruption that, at the moment it happens, the experience is often not even noticed.

When it unfolds it's revolutionary effect and ensures that a life is revealed in a brand new light with a brand new melody,it does that silently and in this wonderful silence resides its special nobility."

In a way it also reminded me of our motto 'You change, I change', but silently (the 25% effort rule for the deep stabilisers).

Hope you enjoyed


André Oelofse, Body Technology

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