I hear it a lot “Heaven is under the women feet,
It’s only out of reach when you choose to keep your feet flat on the floor.
I sort of fell.”
“Percy! Six hundred and thirty feet?
She had a strange feeling in the pit of her stomach, like when you’re swimming and you want to put your feet down on something solid, but the water’s deeper than you think and there’s nothing there
-I can make Skell laugh if I really have to, but I have to take off one of his boots first.
-That went by just a little fast, Torl.
-It’s terribly hard to tickle the bottom of a man’s foot when he’s wearing boots, commander.
To me, the word wisdom means ancient knowledge.
It’s the kind of knowledge you not only see but feel when you look into the eyes of an elephant or stop for a moment to marvel at the deep wrinkles on its skin, both of which I believe contain the truths learned from each intentional step their feet and those of their ancestors have placed upon the earth.
And forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair
My brand new sandals are a little stiff, and I think they’ll give me blisters. But I love them, so I’ll probably wear them out.
With cautious feet, we move forward. Today is the first step of our new lives.
Of course, minute as its impact may be in our physical universe, the fact of quantum entanglement is this: If one logically inexplicable thing is known to exist, then this permits the existence of all logically inexplicable things. A thing may be of deeper impossibility than another, in the sense that you can be more deeply underwater–but whether you are five feet or five fathoms from the surface you are still all wet.
If I had a wish, I would turn you to a pair of shoes to keep you under my feet and you get an opportunity to be under the bed too.