Motivational today

A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step .
Let us take that first step . Let us, if we can , step back from the shadows of war and seek out the way of peace . And if that journey is a thousand miles , or even more , let history record that we , in this land , at this time , took the first step ..
All this will not be finished in the first one hundred days. Nor will it be finished in the first one thousand days . . .nor even perhaps in our lifetime on this planet. 
BUT LET US BEGIN !!

Eight and Bob

Albert Fouquet, the son of a Parisian aristocrat, was part of elite French society in the early twentieth century and a perfume connoisseur. In a room on the upper floor of the family chateau, Fouquet created and perfected various essences for his personal use – aided by Philippe, the family butler. At social events, he would surprise everyone with an exquisite fragrance that became increasingly in demand within the exclusive social circle he frequented. In 1934 he created a sublime fragrance from delicate flowers harvested from the Andes Mountains in Chile. However, Fouquet continually rejected proposals to market his fragrance. One night during his summer vacation in 1937 on the French Riviera (Côte d’Azur), Albert met and got on very well with a young American student who was touring France in a convertible, John F. Kennedy. Within minutes of being introduced, the vain JFK was captivated by the essence that Albert wore. John’s charm and congeniality persuaded Albert to leave him a sample of his cologne with a note at the hotel the following morning: “In this bottle, you will find the dash of French glamour that your American personality lacks.” On returning from his vacation, Albert received a letter from John in America thanking him for the kind gesture and informing him of the success his perfume was enjoying among his friends. He requested that Albert send him “eight bottles, and if your production allows, another one for Bob.” Albert’s perfectionism extended not only to the fragrance but everything surrounding it. He didn’t fill the order until Philippe found some beautiful glass bottles in a Parisian pharmacy that Albert considered suitable for his cologne. Finally, he procured several boxes decorated with the same pattern as the shirt that JFK was wearing when they met, he labeled the bottles and boxes with John’s amusing request, “EIGHT & BOB.” A few months later, Albert was surprised when he began receiving letters from America with requests from various Hollywood directors, producers, and actors such as Cary Grant and James Stewart. Everyone wanted the EIGHT & BOB cologne they had discovered through John’s father. He had maintained relationships with well-known stars because of his previous business ventures in the movie industry. EIGHT & BOB has become one of the most exclusive colognes, preferred by the world’s most elegant men.

1984

When I wrote this book, 📚 I understood this … man is born of reproduces and dies … applies to all … the mind is regenerated and learns through the emotions and experiences made during a lifetime, which can be passed down through generations with the sole task of being saved, progressing themselves and possibly others, understanding what is right and wrong, and avoiding falling into problems … The human mind can be conditioned and sometimes forced to do certain things without knowing The next consequences before they act … this happens to those who live in a constant habitat of ignorance and wickedness wanted or not … in the century to come this will happen, with the media and the media … will teach you an education based on the submission of others, the power of the rich on the poor, the old on the young and so on … creating such a chain and confusion that it is impossible to dislocate … those who behave differently while using reason and common sense will remain in the minority, creating a social and economic disparity … those who understand this will use this tool to command and go to power by manipulating the masses … I, JFK, RFK, MLK, Malcolm X, and I have tried to tell you the truth … that uncomfortable truth that brings wickedness and judgment that cannot be expressed … the will be repressed in a world of hypocrisy and falsehood … a life destined not to be lived because it is imprisoned in past dictatorships always present today

( GEORGE ORWELL 1949)