Wednesday, May 14, 2014

A Ride On The River

No river could flow if it had to know its destination first.

14 comments:

  1. Likewise, nobody will go to bed, if he knows he is going to wake up....hm, or the other way round?

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  2. True. The beauty of life is its mystery, you never really know what you would see next.

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  3. Clever NP.
    I see it as relating to freedom of thought.
    Cheers, ic

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  4. Had to give this one some thought. It speaks to the writer or artist.

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  5. Gosh. If it did it would look like a straight line. Not as interesting to look at or travel, at least in my eyes.

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  6. Now that is what I call profound! It means so many things at once: courage, expectation, hope...

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  7. Kind of makes me think of people who try to plan every moment of every day, and just can't deal with the normal upsets of life because it wasn't scheduled. VS the puppy who just reacts to what is going on around it.

    I envy the puppy most.

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  8. And that's what make their journey more interesting and exciting !

    Love,
    Shainee

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  9. I been dry-gultched -- pardner!

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  10. This is one of my favorites Marty!

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  11. Rivers go with the flow, and where they're going they never really know. Life's all about the ride itself. The best decisions I've made in life have been instinctive or intuitive and have had other people questioning my sanity. I've never been disappointed by my spontaneity!

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  12. Even when I know my destination, I still get lost getting there. And I'm always amazed when I find new paths that didn't exist to me before.

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  13. Yes, a river’s flow is natural and free. To know the destination first would restrict the spontaneity, and no river could really flow that way.

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