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Being artificially fond of various rules is called "systematic", tirelessly and enthusiastically dealing with trivial matters is called "diligence"; being indecisive about what should be done is called "caution"; persisting blindly in what should not be done is called "determination".

-- "Foundation and Empire" by Isaac Asimov


Tears may last through the night, but joy comes with the morning.

-- Psalm 30:5


Much of my work has come from being lazy.

-- Programming Perl