My daily aphorisms. Reflections on life, death, beauty, change, love, happiness, etc., written in a poetic and whimsical style.
Haha, I love that one. It's better not looking back. It reminds me of Orpheus :).
Live in the moment; don't dwell in the past. Like it.
Do the wrong thing.
We won't know if it's right or wrong until we've walked awhile.
Sometimes all it takes is the courage to take that first step. And if you follow your heart, you will never be led astray.
very deep and perfectly true. ♥Dy,
At least for a while...but you know, sometimes the wrong steps can lead you to good places!
...and that's how we learn and grow.
A blessing in disguise.
What if that step walks you right into the wall?Ah, character building, I guess....Hey Marty, hope you're well.
who knows wich step is wrong ?* view your request posted in English today.
I thought I did the wrong thing already.
I love this one. No regrets - a step is a step and we can only move forward. So if we take a wrong step then it's up to us to turn it into a good one. :)
In life we never know what's ahead of us. I believe there's no such thing as a wrong or a right step. Every step we take is a learning process and there's no shortcuts. What we percieve is wrong is actually lessons that shapes our character, personality and our way of thinking.Thank you NP for sharing your wisdom. :)
We must always keep moving. Unless we're enjoying a nice glass of lemonade under the shade of a beautiful oak tree.
This is tricky! Before you take the wrong step, you had better be damn sure that it is right!
I believe that. Every step or journey in life is a blessing.
That's true. :)
It will all lead to experience and more steps.Just keep moving!
Changing legs is an in built human ability that has to be taught to horses.Horses naturally choose the inside leg when cantering ie that leg that is closest to the centre of the circle. A good equestrian can teach a horse to ignore its' instinct and follow the instructions given even when they go against everything it previously understood from nature.Are we to be like those horses taught to step against their instinct or are we to realise that the wrong step is JUST THAT
Hehe.. they say, look before you leap, but I guess, there is no looking back once you have leaped :)
There's a remarkable plasticity to God's grace, more limber than the most flexible yogi...
I took a wrong step once and it took me the rest of the day to get it off my shoes.
Cool! Once you have stepped wrong, you are bound to treat it as right as you cannot step back. :-(