A tiny buddha statue in my house watching over me. Altough it got a bit lazy recently…
There’s also a website and a Facebook page with that name I like (full of wisdom of buddha)
Tiny buddha quotes I like are:
“If you worry about what might be, and wonder what might have been, you will ignore what is.” ~Unknown
“Success will never be a big step in the future; success is a small step taken just now.” ~Jonatan Mårtensson
Ok, it’s not a garden gnome since:
A Harrier jump jet has been hung from the roof of Tate Britain like a trussed up bird. Fiona Banner, the artist, dreamt up the installation as a way of asking why fighter planes were so glorified in mainstream culture. Banner said she was “seduced” by the beauty of fighter jets but wondered why there was a “strange enthusiasm” for objects designed solely as killing machines.
I cycle London almost every day all year long to everywhere + a London bike ride is not the most pleasant thing; I am cycling to to work, to the pub to everywhere. The bike is 5 years old, but it’s a good bike – Specialised. I like my bike + I like London. As a matter of fact you get used to cycling in huge cities – mind you I was cycling in Mexico City and Jakarta, that was character forming.
Top reasons for high shopping cart abandonment rates:
One of the most impressive museums of the world for sure is the British Museum in London. The picture was taken in the reading room.
During the period of the British Library, access was restricted to registered researchers only; however, reader’s credentials were generally available to anyone who could show that they were a serious researcher. The Reading Room was used by a large number of famous figures, including notably Mohammad Ali Jinnah, Karl Marx, Oscar Wilde, Bram Stoker, Mahatma Gandhi, Rudyard Kipling, George Orwell, George Bernard Shaw, Mark Twain,Lenin, Norbert Elias, Virginia Woolf, Arthur Rimbaud and H. G. Wells
I don’t know what you call theses sweets or the recipe but these are some other Mexican Sweets: