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Tea and empty margins


I was a bit sick today and tired. I, more or less, took the day off.


A text may be beautiful and thought-provoking. Still, we need some empty margins so we can take our own notes on it. If you fill everything beforehand, you withhold the best part for you.

I have discovered a truly marvelous proof of this, which this margin is too narrow to contain
— Fermat


It is nice. It helps the sore throat. In Greek, the same sound means “what”. It helps to satisfy our curiosity. Both are amazing inventions. “What” can not be associated directly with a concrete meaning without referring to some context. Boiled water or context is what makes the tea work.


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