AVAILABLE IN HARD AND SOFT COVER
12cm x 17cm
Acid free paper
192 cream colored and lightly lined uncoated pages with complementary art
A valued companion piece for thinkers, writers and artists to record their thoughts, notes, and sketches, these blank journals include intriguing quotes and unique illustrations from literary classics.
Presented on acid free, cream colour paper, to archival quality standards, the stitch-bound and lined pages of Publikum notebooks are a convenient canvas for personal creativity. Available in hardcover editions.
ДОСТАПНИ СО МЕКА И ТВРДА КОРИЦА
12cm x 17cm
Без киселинска хартија
192 крем обоени и лесно обложени страници со линии и комплементарна уметност
Ова е ценовно придружно дело за мислителите, писателите и уметниците да ги документираат своите мисли, белешки и скици, овие празни нотеси вклучуваат интригантни цитати и уникатни илустрации од книжевните класици.
Презентирани на без киселинска хартија во боја, според архивски стандарди за квалитет, врзани за бод и со страници со линии, тетратките Публикум се погодно платно за лична креативност. Достапно во изданија со тврд корица.
Robinson Crusoe Quotes:
“It is never too late to be wise.”
“Thus fear of danger is ten thousand times more terrifying than danger itself.”
“Those people cannot enjoy comfortably what God has given them because they see and covet what He has not given them. All of our discontents for what we want appear to me to spring from want of thankfulness for what we have.”
“Thus we never see the true state of our condition till it is illustrated to us by its contraries, nor know how to value what we enjoy, but by the want of it.”
“I have since often observed, how incongruous and irrational the common temper of mankind is, especially of youth … that they are not ashamed to sin, and yet are ashamed to repent; not ashamed of the action for which they ought justly to be esteemed fools, but are ashamed of the returning, which only can make them be esteemed wise men.”
“I learned to look more upon the bright side of my condition, and less upon the dark side, and to consider what I enjoyed, rather than what I wanted : and this gave me sometimes such secret comforts, that I cannot express them ; and which I take notice of here, to put those discontented people in mind of it, who cannot enjoy comfortably what God has given them, because they see and covet something that he has not given them. All our discontents about what we want appeared to me to spring from the want of thankfulness for what we have.”