…A man and a woman cannot live together without having against each other a kind of everlasting joke. Each has discovered that the other is a fool, but a great fool. This largeness, this grossness and gorgeousness of folly is the thing which we all find about those with whom we are in intimate contact; and it is the one enduring basis of affection, and even of respect.
G. K. Chesterton - as told and discussed in an interesting Op-Ed by David Brooks on “Suffering fools gladly” (via tosin)
(Reblogged from tosin)
Whatever you can do or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, power and magic in it — begin it now.
Goethe

A little encouragement.

Be diligent, Work hard, Trust God
Efosa Ighile