Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Even blind alleys lead somewhere.

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  1. Yes, but at least the walker shouldn't be blind!

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  2. You just never know what's waiting for you!

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  3. Having faith and trust in the universe is the key to blind alleys.

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  4. Very true Marty, better to venture blindly forward than to walk backwards with perception untested.

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  5. I hope so, because that's where I'm at right now.

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  6. A good one...but why do they call them "blind alleys?" Or for that matter "Dead end alleys?"
    How about "no outlet alleys", or maybe "blocked alleys" Even though the somewhere they lead to is nowhere and could be anywhere...

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  7. blind alleys may not be dead end after all CS...

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  8. Nothing is wasted.
    Reality is the great ecologist.
    Edison didn't fail the four thousand times he tried to make a light bulb. He successfully discovered four thousand ways not to make a light bulb. And the four thousandth and first time there was light.

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  9. I'm sure they'll take us to the very important places.

    =*

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  10. There are no wasted journeys. . .

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