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I remember seeing this phrase right before the presidential election when we didn't know what was going to happen. I think it was a British saying during World War II when London was being bombed. I need a microchip of it planted in my brain (in fact, that might be my post tonight on my own blog)
I've been scheming to get a poster of that design for my office. I can't decide whether to put it where I can see it, or right in back of where I sit (where students would have to see it when they come to talk to me about their theses).
it seems like a good saying to have near the door, which is why I'm putting it in my kitchen.And anywhere it feels like a deep breath might help. Put it where YOU can see it Brian. :) Though I do love your impulse of reminding the students. If you put it on your wall, will they see it as they leave, so you can both be reminded?
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