Canto

Four kinds of landscape:

landscapes in which one may travel,
landscapes which can be contemplated,
landscapes in which one may ramble,
landscapes in which one may dwell.

—attributed to Guo Xi (c. 1020-c.1090)

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Bread and Lily

When you have only two pennies left in the world, buy a loaf of bread with one, and a lily with the other.

—Chinese proverb

登鸛雀樓

白日依山盡
黃河入海流
欲窮千里目
更上一層樓

—王之渙

(heard on The City by Vangelis)

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