Isnin, 11 Julai 2011

Mind Vs Parachute

The word "parachute" comes from the French para, meaning "to prepare for" or "to protect against," originally from the Latin parare, and chute, the French word for "fall," and it was originally coined, as a hybrid word which meant literally "that which protects against a fall," by the French aeronaut François Blanchard (1753–1809) in 1785.
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Minds are like parachutes, they only function when they're open.

6 ulasan:

  1. lor...ahaha...baru tau...cam kelakar je bunyik nya...prepare for fall.. tp mmg betul pun kan

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  2. And if we keep it open to much, there's a risk that the parachute might tear apart!

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  3. la...ye ke...baru saya tau...

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  4. to keep the mind open when needed is important too. or else, we will die crashed on the ground. :D

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  5. vahhh.. nak naik parachute tewww.. ehehe, katne

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  6. masa budak2 panggil 'paracut'

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