August 17, 2017
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Works of art come from a day-to-day fidelity to the task and not from bursts of inspiration.
We know sound of two hands clapping.
What is the sound of one hand clapping?

Source: Zen Koan (epigraph to J.D. Salinger's "Nine Stories")
When you reach the point where you can learn on your own, then you are a student. Those who sit and expect to be force fed knowledge by a professor or teacher are what I consider a pupil. It seems to me that you are still a pupil.

Source: Response by a TA (Teaching Assistant, initials B.V.) on calculus final where student complained about the lack of direction by teacher; student blamed lack of progress on the instructor. Written in an exam booklet at Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
A word of hint [given in the sentence, "Let me give you (students) a word of hint (about some upcoming test) ]

Source: Quotable Quote, Hotel 120, Cornell University
If in a hurry, dress slowly

Source: Contents of a fortune cookie
Date: 2001
Life is hard. And then you die.
Date: 2001
If it is to be, it is up to me.

Source: Ten important two-letter words
Date: 2001
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