Zebrathink - Ideas, thoughts and discussions about life 
Where zebras come to graze on thoughts
Klaus Jensen

From the very core of our being we desire joy and contentment and want to avoid fear, anger and sadness. Let's look for powerful ideas to change our lives together.
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Nature Calls

My dog needs to pea at night. I always hope for a clear sky. I look at the stars. Each one a solar system with billions of planets…

Not Boring Poems

Poetry is an artform no doubt. But I’ve always had a hard time appreciating it as much as I felt that I should. So I set out on a mission…

The Magic of Thinking Big

There's a classic self help book: "The Magic of Thinking Big" by David Schwartz that has a great little passage that goes something like this…

Make Your Own Snowball of Money

If you're like me you want financial independence, so you don't have to worry about money. The best money is the money that helps you sleep great at night…

Publius Syrus Quotes from a Roman Slave

Publius Syrus (85–43 BC) was a Syrian slave in ancient Rome but Syrus' wit and talent impressed his Roman master, who made him a free man…

Getting Shit Done Keeps the Monsters Away

If you want to feel better the recipe is simple. Just keep busy! In his autobiography Benjamin Franklin describes how he once was sent to build a fort to guard against the Indians…

Likeness to Truth is Not Truth

In ancient Athens when the city state was still the cultural and powerful center of the Region there lived a wise man by the name of Socrates…

The Path to Fuck You Money

What's money to you? To me money is a medium that translates work into consumption so if you have enough of it to meet your consumption you obviously don't have to work…

Everything is in Constant Flux

This thought is first attributed to Heraclitus: "Into the same river you could not step twice, for other and still other waters are flowing"…

Let Seneca Help You Slay Desire

Seneca was a Roman of the Equestrian order in ancient Rome at the time of the three tyrants Claudius, Caligula and Nero. Seneca amassed a fortune under Nero…

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