“Full of sound and fury, signifying nothing” (Shakespeare) Is that someone you know? Or maybe you? So what are you going to do about that?
“A beautiful thing happens when we start paying attention to each other. It is by participating more in your relationship that you breathe life into it.” Steve Maraboli
“Here is a lesson in creative writing. First rule: Do not use semicolons. They are transvestite hermaphrodites representing absolutely nothing. All they do is show you’ve been to college.” (Kurt Vonnegut) I do so love this Mr Vonnegut; thank you.
“You only have to Be Brilliant for four minutes at a time for other people to tune into your brilliance. If you convey a sense of happiness, positivity and passion, then those around you will have almost no choice, physiologically and psychologically, but to be positive, too.” The brilliant Messrs Cope and Whittaker (Be Brilliant… Read More Brilliant . . .
The timing of this lovely post from a fellow blogger I have long followed could not have been better for me: I’d had a particularly difficult day, getting frustrated about balancing demands from others on my time, with my studies, for which a deadline was looming. I took courage from their words, and now know… Read More The time is now . . .
“It’s impossible,” said pride. “It’s risky,” said experience. “It’s pointless,” said reason. “Give it a try,” whispered the heart. – Anon
I heard the actor Michael Caine being interviewed. He spoke of how he’d heard some young people saying that their goal in life was to be rich and famous. He felt that wasn’t a great start – proposing that instead you’ve got to first spend time finding out what you want to do. Sir Michael… Read More Never say never …
“PC.” “Politically correct” or “Person centered” which one seems kinder? I know which I prefer.
“If thou remember’st not the slightest folly That ever love did make thee run into, Thou hast not lov’d.” (Mr William Shakespeare. Of course.)
I couldn’t resist taking a snap of this on a recent beach walk past a hotel more than a few miles away from where I live. I was already having a great day; this signage made me stop in my tracks and reflect on how thankful I was for it.