The Era of “The Best Closed Door Is the Door that You Can Leave Open”….USA Kiss Your Constitution 1st and 4th Amendments Goodbye, Long Live Echelon, Prism, even the French DGSE is Guilty — Written 07/14/2013

For Your Entertainment (FYE)
“Liberty, Equality, Fraternity!” Happy “French Fet-Nat”(Fete Nationale) the Sunday, 14th of July 2013!
When “Liberty”, “Equality” and “Fraternity”, the French Republic motto, as well as the foundation of the USA Constitution,  are but a memory echoeing in the fog of our collective future……….
“The Best Closed Door is the Door that You Can Leave Open”, the old chinese Taoist saying, found in Lin YuTang “The Importance of Living” seems to have replaced everything………
Maybe…..
““What is patriotism but the love of the food one ate as a child?”
(try to say that to the scandinavian child who survived on a regimen of cod liver oil……..)
“The busy man is never wise and the wise man is never busy.” 
(a good one to use when getting old and unable to get busy even when you try to help ohers………) 
” “The wise man reads both books and life itself.”
(as most of the books of men are, wrong…..)
““Hope is like a road in the country; there was never a road, but when many people walk on it, the road comes into existence.”
(a good motto for the USA bankrupt local public works departments……)
““If you can spend a perfectly useless afternoon in a perfectly useless manner, then you have learned how to live.”
(this is why Asia is the pinnacle of living, especially Viet Nam……)
“Much as I like reasonable persons, I hate completely rational beings. For that reason, I am always scared and ill at ease when I enter a house in which there are no ash trays. ”
(maybe Lin Yutang was a tobacco companies secret agent……)
“Anyone who wishes to learn to enjoy life must find friends of the same type of temperament, and take as much trouble to gain and keep their friendship as wives take to keep their husbands.”
(maybe Lin YuTang didn’t know about american women divorce statistics……….)

Lin Yutang

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