My daily aphorisms. Reflections on life, death, beauty, change, love, happiness, etc., written in a poetic and whimsical style.
YAY!! I am the first one to comment! Hi Mart, I love this one, you're saying that whatever it is that people say, you gotta learn and experience life yourself. Not from stories, but from first-hand experience.Have a beautiful day, wise rebel!
When one has one's neck inside the marmalade jar, it is easy to forget that there is a world outside of marmalade.
Great one NP! In our life there are so many unknown things to be discovered - it's up to us to venture out and find out for ourselves. :)
That way, we can prove it isn't flat! Have a great weekend, Marty!
Similarly put, as it turns out, I wasn't born with eyes to be told what to see.
Trust no one. Believe in yourself, go check it out.
Great one - have written it onto a post-it-note and put it on our kitchen board - next to the one that states "The map is not the territory"smiles and blessings
This one makes me wistful as I am currently only checking out that face from my office chair.
A wise thing to do. ;-)
it is always great to read your thoughts. yes living life is more important than hearing it through others :)
Sometimes it seems like two parallels lines that, of course, will never end together!
On this I am clear - the world is a sphere ;)
The world is what we make it to be; yes it is wise to check it out. Great thinking on an important subject. We are the world.
“Those who danced were thought to be quite insane by those who could not hear the music.” Angela Monet quotes
The view can be so different, depending on where you stand--so the world to one may be very different to the next. We are all so unique, we all experience things in our own unique way. Melinda
I believe you have come to the correct conclusion with your following Aphorism Of The Day.PS Watch your back!
I remember a teacher of mine saying we shouldn't believe everything they say. Well done, dear!
It's amazing how many unquestioned assumptions are at the foundation of our everyday actions. I have always assumed that I am me...but is there even a "me", or is this an unquestioned belief and nothing more? Thank you for questioning the unquestioned "obvious" in this aphorism n.p.
Actually the world is shaped like a very narrow bridge.