Someone made this:
And a little bit to the right of that, there is another stone that says this:
But what's the last word in the phrase with "douceur des mots devenus ..." Is it dérons? débons? ???? And what does it mean?
8 hours ago
Wasn’t Newton sitting underneath an apple tree staring into space, and Archimedes wallowing in the bath, when clarity struck? In my own insignificant way, I think I have always understood that doing nothing is the key to getting somewhere. As a writer, it takes a while to convince others that you are working hard whilst appearing to be lying on the sofa staring at the ceiling, but once this is accomplished it can be very useful, especially if you are enjoying staring at the ceiling and hear, “I’m sorry, he can’t come to the phone at the moment, he’s working” – which suggests a genius on the cusp of a plot breakthrough rather than someone deciding whether to have poached or scrambled eggs for lunch.
is like dropping a rose petal into the Grand Canyon and waiting for the echo."