Enigma 426: Time and again - From New Scientist #1576, 3rd September 1987 [link] Time and again, you’ve been asked to sort out letters-for-digits puzzles, where digits are consistently...
Monday, March 24, 2008
100% Hits: The Best of 2007
After getting nowhere fast this morning I happened on Imelda's posting about a woman who has been told she's only a year left to live. Imelda asks: If this past year had been your last year on earth, what in it would have left you glad at the end?
One thing - learning to smile even when in pain and finding that a true smile (not a grin and bear it grimace) really does ease the pain. Especially the half-smile of the Buddha.