Mei 12, 2012

Weekend Quote #1

The idea is to pick a quote from a book or author you read, like, or hate, and write your comment about it. You can post the “Weekend Quote” article every weekend (Saturday or Sunday), or at any weekend suits you best.
 
This Meme is celebrated by Half-Filled Attic
 
And i am exciting to join this meme. Why? because in every single book that i read, i always find some awesome quotes .

Here are the rules:

  • You have to pick one quote and comment about it. It may be the reason why you agree or don't agree with it, or why it is interesting for you. I can also be your experience that reminds you of that quote. Feel free to use your imagination. :D
  • Please put the picture of “Weekend Quote” on either your blog sidebar or everytime you post the quote. (It helps people to know what we are doing).
  • Please give a link back to this page at your post.
  • Fill the linky.
Today i want share one quote from Sherlock Holmes Series : His Last Bow that was published by Gramedia Pustaka Utama.

" Education never ends, Watson. It is a series of lessons, with the greatest for the last.

yeaah.. that's true isn't it? education never ends. even tough you are not a student anymore, but the life is teaching you everyday even in every moment.

:)
3 komentar on "Weekend Quote #1"
  1. Nice quote! it's so true. We always learn as long as we live. And the greatest lesson of life is the last - the part when we are about to die, and reflects how beautiful life is.

    BalasHapus
  2. Cannot but agree with Sherlock!
    Btw, we both picked quotes from Sherlock, hihihi... this is mine: http://klasikfanda.blogspot.com/2012/05/weekend-quote-1-from-adventures-of.html

    BalasHapus
  3. hohohh,, oke, i'll read it :D

    BalasHapus

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