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Seneca: Letters to Lucilius (excerpts)

Seneca: Letters to Lucilius (excerpts)

Preformed thermoplastic road markings are easy-to-use and can be installed all year round. Our huge collection of certified markings is suitable for creating road lines, traffic signs, traffic symbols, arrows, letters and numbers.

Preformed thermoplastic road markings are easy-to-use and can be installed all year round. Our huge collection of certified markings is suitable for creating road lines, traffic signs, traffic symbols, arrows, letters and numbers.

"Drunkenness is nothing but voluntary madness" - Seneca the Younger, Letters From A Stoic #OpenLetters

"Drunkenness is nothing but voluntary madness" - Seneca the Younger, Letters From A Stoic #OpenLetters

@Alibabe245, I kept looking up felt alphabet magnets and they all looked like this. With Poly-fil and embroidery thread. What do you think? I think I like that ours is sticky already but the embroidery thread is kinda a cool look. Thought you might think it was interesting, anway.

@Alibabe245, I kept looking up felt alphabet magnets and they all looked like this. With Poly-fil and embroidery thread. What do you think? I think I like that ours is sticky already but the embroidery thread is kinda a cool look. Thought you might think it was interesting, anway.

#quote "We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men and women are created equal."  - Declaration of Sentiments  Seneca Falls, 1848

#quote "We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men and women are created equal." - Declaration of Sentiments Seneca Falls, 1848

DIY Gold and Silver Magnets! Love this idea...just spray paint cheap plastic alphabet magnets! Click through for spray paint suggestions.

DIY Gold and Silver Magnets! Love this idea...just spray paint cheap plastic alphabet magnets! Click through for spray paint suggestions.

The Psychology of Why Creative Work Hinges on Memory and Connecting the Unrelated | Brain Pickings

The Psychology of Why Creative Work Hinges on Memory and Connecting the Unrelated

The Psychology of Why Creative Work Hinges on Memory and Connecting the Unrelated | Brain Pickings

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