Friday, November 04, 2005

Seneca on how to cope with foreclosure

"Do not regard as valuable anything that can be taken away."
Seneca's (circa 4 B.C.E.-65) is an aphorism that reminds me of foreclosure.

A process not unkown in the world of real estate, mortgage loans and asset management.

The World in a Phrase, James Geary,  Europe editor for Time magazine.

Find a fitting aphorism for yourself » » »

Author of the book is James Geary

Or make your own: an aphorism must
be brief
be definitive
be personal
have a twist
be philosophical

Jenny Holzer makes modern aphorisms such as
"Playing it safe is doing a lot of damage in the long run."
und Jenny Holzer macht noch mehr

Real Estate on Translationfound:
Arab real estate fond at Unicredito's HRE | Opportunity Cost | UniCredito's HRE | Allodial unique to U.S. real estate law | REITS vs offene Fonds | Seneca on foreclosure


Gisela Strauss
Translator Munich
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