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Serendipity

Coined by Horace Walpole, who took it from the Persian Fairy Tale  The Three Princes of Serendip ( an ancient name for Sri Lanka), this word means the faculty of discovering pleasing or valuable things by chance.

Serendipity from Guilherme Maueler on Vimeo.

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This entry was posted on 25/01/2012 by in Art.
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