I like the Bucharest metro because: It’s one of the few places in Bucharest where I can exchange money; Somehow it manages to be clean (again, one of the few places where this happens); It’s safe – there are two guards in the modern train garnishes; It’s fast – for a direct route is probably the fastest way of traveling in Bucharest (yes, by car at night it may be faster, or via air, but other than that it’s not even close; on the other hand, if it’s not a direct route, it may take longer, and the station have a rather large distance from one to another); It’s reliable – very rarely do I hear (never happened to me) that the train stops for a longer time due to some technical problems.
There’s a quote in “Terminator 3: rise of the machines” (2003) that I’m really fond of. It goes like this:
Terminator: “Desire is irrelevant. I am a machine.”
Why do I like it?
I invite you to view a video on PBS’s: Bill Moyers Journal with Daniel GOLEMAN.
I have previously told you about The “Romania prinde rădăcini” campaign, Dăbuleni, Olt – 2010.11.27. Now some thoughts on this.
A few thoughts on a recent reading – “Brilliant NLP: What the Most Successful People Know, Say and Do” by Pat HUTCHINSON.
I’ve recently read (twice actually) the book “How to Talk to Anyone: 92 Little Tricks for Big Success in Relationships” by Leil LOWNDES. Here are my tips on how to read the book.
I’ve recently read a pretty good book: “The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership Fable” by Patrick LENCIONI. I’ve actually had a second look on it, to make sure I got the point.
I love to travel by cheap trains. Why is that?
The day is hot. Sun is burning, you’re at the seaside. You live in Năvodari and you love the sea. You’ve always loved it, but when living in Bucharest for a long time, the sea calls you back to spend yet another summer with her.