My daily aphorisms. Reflections on life, death, beauty, change, love, happiness, etc., written in a poetic and whimsical style.
SO beautiful and true. =))) This one will keep me thinking and talking about it the whole day. =)Kiss you. =*
I believe I found my way back to myself.
Very true, I guess its this fear of getting lost that stops so many from reaching there...
Certainly and we always get found :)
Very true Marty I was lost for a long time but I've found myself again recently. Thanks for the comment you wrote on my blog and trust me there is only one Emma Murty, thankfully, lol.
Wonderfully brief, but so true an observation on life.Excellent.Eileen
True, both literally and figuratively. It can be the best part of getting there.
And sometimes getting lost can be better, wiser or funnier than getting there!
I used to worry about getting lost, but I don't any more. Eventually I find my way home, and the time it takes me gets shorter every year.
My sister and I were just discussing this topic just last week.We both love getting lost in life at certain intervals and then by the grace of God finding our way back to our lives, always in a better more richer state.Good one Marty, have a lovely evening, cheers!
I've been turned around so many times, they call me a dizzy blonde. :-) I think I'm on the right path for now though, and not dizzy. HA.
Getting lost is always my favorite part of any trip for us since then we usually make some fabulous discoveries!
I use to get lost a lot but I always find a way to get back...LOL
And hopefully most "get there."
very true the real destination is hard to find
What matters is whether you keep your cool in finding the beaten track once again...
Getting lost is part of getting there.
And this reminds me of one of my favorite of all sayings: the journey is the destination. Isn't that the truth?
Are we not there yet?http://www.covertcomic.com/CC_Covert_Agents.htm(Right under the link to James Geary ... Everything Profound).
You'll never know when you are found~ if you weren't lost, to begin with! :)
Really subscribe to this. Life is about enjoying the view on the journey and not wearing blinkers until we reach the destination - after all, there are no windows in a coffin!
this is really good one and so true...
Apparently, my husband has taken this literally, and of course, being a guy, he won't ask directions.We go around in circles a lot, but we always manage to get there!