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Bedros says

What are the most inspiring / beloved / motivative artWork for you ; name anything.

A symphony, a movie, a song, a website, a photo, a book, anything…

Mine are Guillermo Del Toro’s “Pan’s Labyrinth” , and my all time favorite song , Dire Straits Sultans of swing…

And of course, the work of Nikos Kazantzakis.

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VF says

TV documentaries that captures engineering and manufacturing challenges. This motivates a lot when current project is not-so-interesting or under the tragedy of technical limitations.

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TwoBrains says

My Grandfather always told me to be patient – i can reach everything if i want to – i just have to wait for the best moment to strike ;)

He was a War Veteran (stationed in Caucasus – Russia) and died in peacefully in 2002, but i’ll always remember the warmth in his gentle voice and words.. ;)

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Bedros says

^^ “My Grandfather always told me to be patient – i can reach everything if i want to – i just have to wait for the best moment to strike”...
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Nice one to keep in mind :)

By the way, I almost forgot this piece, which adapted from the great work of Umberto Eco…:

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0091605/
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