The truth is that few know the truth.
Your opponent’s wrong doesn’t automatically make you right. Most fights aren’t about who’s right; they are contention over degrees of wrongness.
Oh, Man in the Moon”
“Oh, man in the moon, send an evening star to wink at my dreary eyes, and I shall make a wish for a peaceful world that spins with no more lies.
Oh, man in the moon, send the night’s cool breeze to lull my leery heart, and I shall cast my fears to the wind with ease, and watch them all depart.
Oh, man in the moon, send the sandman’s dust to rest my weary soul, and I shall slumber in happy dreams until the morning bells do toll.
I laugh for sheer medicinal purposes; because I feel I might die otherwise.
Books are carnival rides for your imagination.
Every now and then I sit and watch the sun rise to remind myself how it’s done-peacefully, steadily, warmly, and in beautiful color.
Maybe not here and now, but somewhere, someday.
Don’t seek to be happy; let everyone else chase after that rainbow.
Seek to be kind, and you’ll find the rainbow follows you.
It seems there is more interest in sunsets than sunrises. Perhaps because innately we fear the dark.
There is no such thing as constructive criticism. There is constructive advice, constructive guidance, constructive counsel, encouragement, suggestion, and instruction. Criticism, however, is not constructive but a destructive means of faultfinding that cripples all parties involved. Don’t be fooled into thinking otherwise.