Tag Archives: philosophy
“The absence of flaw in beauty is itself a flaw” A quote by Havelock Ellis. (Boy, was this guy ahead of the times! If alive today, he would probably be a regular on Dr. Phil and Opra. . . and … Continue reading
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.
Life is now in session. Are you present? Attributed to B. Copeland (I’m not 100% sure I have the correct Copeland, but if the shoe fits and it appears to…)
A quote from one of my favorite authors, Michael D. O’Brien.
Thanks to @liplush1
From Twitter: @ancientwisdoms “Our prayers should be for blessings in general, for God knows best what is good for us”…Socrates Several events are lining up this week that will be taking up most of my spare time, so post volume … Continue reading
“My name is Aaron, though in the beginning I was called Arrow. My father’s face I cannot remember, for I was taken far away from him when I was born. Once he sent a word of promise that he would … Continue reading
“When he walks through the door, the first thing we notice is that he fills up the room. Of course, he weights three hundred pounds, but his height is even more extraordinary than his weight. He is six foot four, … Continue reading