Friday, April 17, 2015

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Three Things To Inspire Your Weekend (4)


Quote of the day: 
 There are two paths of which one may choose in the walk of life; one we are born with, and the one we consciously blaze. One is naturally true, while the other is a perceptive illusion. Choose wisely at each fork in the road.
-T.F. Hodge



Image: housebeautiful
San Juan, Puerto Rico, this home (pictured in yellow) is just 5 feet wide, 36 feet deep, and two stories high.


Image: BusinessInsider
 The last male white rhino left in the world, is under 24hr protection by armed guards at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in central Kenya.


As seen on Time Magazine, the 100 most influential people (2015).


Have a great Friday, and nice weekend!


Peace & Serenity always*
@iamblogoratti


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52 comments:

  1. Wonderful post and great words. ^^
    Have a nice Friday...

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  2. @Vanessa Billie-Jill-Jean: Why thank you for that. Do have a nice weekend!

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  3. I LOVE the pic of the apartments. Kinda makes my perfectionist side mad. Haha!

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  4. Hmmmnnnn Just curious.. **Scratches head.. I am wondering how it would feel to be the last Surviving 23 years 4 months and 5 days old in the world... I would get all the ladies i want! heheheh Free Honnies baby! hehehehehe Just kidding,... Did you say 5 feet wide?! Aha! Kilode?! Thats like sleeping in a coffin.. nawa oH!!

    hehehehe Nice one Oga Boss.. Thanks for Supporting the Young and Confused blog baba.. I am humbled to a fault.. You Rock aswear.. You really do.. and the crowd goes.. Ooossshhheeeyy Turn uP!

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  5. @Tammy Theriault: It is a nice photo, hehe it's not perfect but looks liveable. Nice of you to stop by!

    @Duru Adolphus Jnr.: I am sure you would get all the ladies, being the only male alive in the world, no doubt about that-but wouldn't you get tired though? Thanks for the warm greetings as usual, have a nice weekend!

    @Paola Lauretano: I am glad you find it so, much love*

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  6. Very well communicated. Have a lovely weekend.

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  7. love Kanye at the covers of Time!!

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  8. That building is Puerto Rico! Do people actually live in it?

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  9. \you always have such interesting thing to sat, bravo Blogoratti

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  10. So sad to see rhinos disappearing. And I'm not sure that the influential people are all that influential, just known.

    Annalisa, writing A-Z vignettes, at Wake Up, Eat, Write, Sleep

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  11. This is amazing..! :D
    Its a great message..wishing you happy national haiku day :D

    Enjoy the weekend!
    xoxo

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  12. LOVE LOVE LOEVE
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  13. Very interesting photos today. The building in Puerto Rico is unbelievable. And I see the rhino is guarded, but he won't live forever?

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  14. You've summed up the state of things with your images.

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  15. I feel so badly for the poor white rhino and all the animals we are losing to extinction... very sad :-(

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  17. Very sad news about the rhino but glad he is under protection ..
    I really like the colors of the house in San Juan ...

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  18. Love this post, the little yellow house, and the yellow grass the last one stands on. Thank you.

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  19. I would like to see inside of that yellow house. I don't think with our stuff we could live there, but I would enjoy looking at it at least. I liked that quote; wise to chose each fork of our lives indeed.

    betty

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  20. I heard about the white rhino the other day and how armed guards were keeping it safe. It's so terribly sad and maddening that humans have let this animal go almost extinct.

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  21. Sad about the rhino. See what human selfishness and greed can cause?

    Atilola's World

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  22. @Jackie Harrison: I appreciate you stopping by...do have a nice weekend!

    @Rafaela S.: Hey thanks for stopping by!

    @Chic Therapy: Yes it is Puerto Rico, and I do believe people live in it!

    @Out of Sight L: Oh I am glad that you think so, I try my best...thank you for that lovely!

    @Annalisa Crawford: Yes, sad about the Rhinos. And I agree, most of the people are just well known, not necessarily influential!

    @Sanaa Rizvi: Thank you and happy national Haiku day too!

    @Buiti Christian: Thank you, and nice of you to drop by!

    @Linda Kay: Yes he won't live forever, as he's already old at 45 or so, but scientists are finding a way for him to mate I believe!

    @cleemckenzie: Thank you, and nice of you stop by.

    @Launna: It is quite sad indeed, and to think these animals are being lost because of human poachers.

    @International Directory Blogspot: Oh really, I'll be sure to check it out, thanks for that!

    @Margie: Yes really sad indeed...and I agree about the house. Nice weekend!

    @betty: I wondered myself how it would lok inside the house. Thanks for stopping by!

    @annell: Many thanks for liking, do have a wonderful weekend!

    @Mary Kirkland: It's a terrible thing indeed, hopefully it will be able to mate and reproduce. Thanks for stopping by!

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  23. What a wonderful quote. The house picture is so fascinating. I feel very sad about the rhino...

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  24. The last living white male Rhino? Wow and here I was hoping to catch a glimpse of one in my lifetime not through the screen but the real. Oh well!

    Have a splendid weekend.

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  25. No space wasted with that house. Hope the rhino finds a companion. We humans have a lot to answer for.

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  26. How could you fit anything into that house? That is neat!

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  27. The quotation is lovely - very inspirational. Also, the width (or lack of) that house is incredible!

    Gabrielle | A Glass Of Ice


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  28. Last living white rhino? Wow, I hope he has some offspring! That home in Puerto Rico is really something...

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  29. Love the Puerto Rico house!! Happy weekend.
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  30. Yup, that was inspiring:-) Amazing houses on the pic! Happy weekend!

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  31. This is enriching. Walking the right path in life is such a great challenge. Thank you.

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  32. I wonder who stays in that yellow house :-p

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  33. Love the quotes.

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  34. That house, I would love to see pictures of the inside.

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  35. Wow, great post. Those are really inspiring! I do have to laugh at the people TIME chooses. It's all so PC! I like to thnk the most influential who are truly do the most hands on good are those labouring away unheard of or paid little attention, whether helping the mentally challenged or elderly in some home, the impoverished in some slum like Mother Teresa's sisters and so on! :) There are so many good people out there doing so much without any glare of the spotlight on them. Love that.

    Love that house too. I like to live simply but wow, 5 ft wide? Even my former studio apartment would feel palatial in comparison. I think i'd get very claustrophobic quickly but needs must!

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