Tag Archives: philosophy
Eighty-one years ago today, at the age of 62, G.K. Chesterton died. At the sake of sounding like I don’t think heaven is already interesting enough, (which I do) it surely has been more interesting since G.K. arrived. One of … Continue reading
“We do not believe if we do not live and work according to our belief” Heidi Wills
“Success requires three bones—wishbone, backbone and funnybone”, Kobi Yamada
“I’m in a really good place right now. Not emotionally or spiritually. Just on the couch with my dogs”….@sungazing1
“The man with insight enough to admit his limitations comes nearest to perfection” . . . Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. “A Good Man Always Has to Know His Limitations” . . . Dirty Harry Callahan The same, but different, don’t … Continue reading
“I have generally attempted, in a modest way, to have reasons for my opinions; and I have never been able to see why the opinions should change until the reasons change.” Mr. Chesterton Sounds like a plan.