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…and so little Diogenes, ever vigilant in his search for an honest man, lifts his lantern in the darkness and says, “To tell the truth, I’d settle for just one really good liar.”.
Too often I find myself energized, basking in the light and warmth of my own wisdom, only to waken and find myself in the dark and frozen to my bones.
There is no endeavor taken on by men that that can't be made worse by the dreading of it.
As it turns out I'm ambidextrous, but only in one hand.
It is truly "better to light one small candle rather than to curse the darkness", but the cursing usually wins out.
I am pushing sixty, down a very steep and slippery hill, with a hurricane wind at my back.
My childhood is yet within sight... it's just a long way behind me.
Smart? Why I've got brains I've never even used.
Why, if I could play like those guys, I'd have ruined my life earlier and in a much more creative way.
I stopped reading minds when I got tired of the small print..., and missing pages
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Category Archives: Thoughts
One of my co-workers suggested this subject and I thought it could be interesting. When my mother died we, her children, came in and divided her possessions with one of my sisters acting as executor. We sorted through things, kept … Continue reading
I am often reminded of the silliness of style. A look or a color catches the attention of some known person and suddenly that look becomes all the rage for a short while, until it is replaced by something else … Continue reading
I love thinking about other planets. In the news today I read about extrasolar planet Gilese 1214b (also known as GJ 1214b) and that it might have water on it. Now of course this planet, larger than our Earth, is … Continue reading
It is the second day of September, nineteen days of summer left, it is Labor Day (a national holiday) here in the states, it is raining and I am resting. I pretty much work at one job or another every … Continue reading
Memory is an amazing thing. Each of us have memories we cling to, memories that establish our lives. We are all products of our pasts but those pasts in our memories are flawed by our individual perceptions. I might, for … Continue reading
Change is inevitable. Change can be good or bad or even both at the same time. But change is always change. It speak volumes to the fickleness of humanity that we always become dissatisfied even with the best of anything. … Continue reading