My daily aphorisms. Reflections on life, death, beauty, change, love, happiness, etc., written in a poetic and whimsical style.
I don't tell everyone everything, but everything about me is known by someone(s). I've never felt it necessary to keep secrets about myself.
The only secrets I keep, are the ones that are not my own. That being said, I do try to enlighten, and having no secrets, means I share everything. So in a round about way...yeah. *nod* I definitely like it.
I'll be honest. This is too threatening to respond to candidly online. But it's a great question. I do reveal much of my insanity in my blog. I guess it could read as resentful and/or self-pitying. If it is, I take it with a grain of salt. It's an online persona, and I have fun with it. As a writer, I take joy in blowing minute annoyances into crises. Whether or not I like it, that's what I do best. Ok...I'm about to hit publish. Gulp.
No true revelations could ever be found in lies.The truth of this aphorism is enlightening.
Ack, I liked the aphorism, and wish I could edit my semi off topic comment above but I can not.
As a professional designer I don't mind sharing my design secrets to enlighten others, including fellow designers. Other times, I just like to enlighten my husband...(no pun intended)
Secrets aren't always revealed through words...at times, they speak in other enlightening ways. It isn't always only secrets that are revealing, however - much of what comprises the human condition isn't a secret, but is nonetheless enlightening in of itself. An interesting topic...
You learn new things from the people you meet everyday. But now I find I learn much more from books.
Hm. Interesting and true...I'm still young to enlightenment. Finally started paying attention.
Not all of them I hope...
Very interesting, but my thought is yes and no on secrets. Yes, secrets can be enlightening when shared, but there are some things better kept to oneself, I think.
Secrets are for keeping... lies are for tweeting -- well.