Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Order is what exists before you start arranging things.

18 comments:

  1. i think nature is much like that ..

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  2. So true

    Reminds me of something I heard at work once...

    "Nathan, if it aint broke we'll fix it till it is!"

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  3. Love this one Marty to many people over think things and need to learn to go with the flow, I know cause I’m one of them, lol.

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  4. Natural Order is a great factor of life. Natural Selection is also a great power. You are so profound in your thinking. I hope for peace and love for all people. Yet, hate and war are always at hand. We need order in our worlds of confusion.

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  5. Yes! Nature is perfect; it's man that messes it up.

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  6. Well I see ya made it this far :D NP don't delete this clue :P

    There's always something new on the 13thof every Friday.

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  7. Perfect just the way it is. . .

    Now, we only have to remember that! ;)

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  8. I agree but ponder as to How though ..

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  9. Which reminds me, that it is easy for me to find my things as they are...than when someone rearrabges the things for me.

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  10. What is order anyway? In my mind it's the same as chaos.

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  11. I fully agree with CelticMusicfan! :)

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  12. There is method to madness, I say.

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  13. Whoa! Love this...We think we are making things better with all our interference and meddling, when this is not the case.

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  14. I *love* it! Ah, we humans ... such control freaks!

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  15. Agreed, NP. Sometimes we do need to let the natural order take over and just get out of the way.

    Melinda

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  16. Love this one! It's so true. Order is something imposed by humans on an indifferent system. It's the desire to order, to impose a system other than what already exists, that makes something messy.

    So it's the moment we order something that the mess begins, not the other way around.

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