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The Most Important Thing. . .   The most important thing about Spaceship Earth - an instruction book didn’t come with it. R. Buckminster Fuller Ah, the lessons in learning continue.   With and without instructions. We live. We learn. Sometimes mistakes are made. Amazingly, the lessons never end. ...
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 Anticipating Bonkers. . .   Finding quotes can be interesting.  At least I think so.  As I have shared in the past, searching for quotes has led me on numerous pondering paths.  Down rabbit holes, over rivers and through woods plus off in directions of all sorts.  The other day, I encountered so...
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The Kindness ComebackIt's A Return Policy Of Sorts. . .   A few weeks ago, my sister sent me a text message of an odd never-before-experienced encounter she had on a grocery store visit. Let’s face it, we can see lots of what we might call “weirdness” in the course of our daily lives.  Maybe it's...
12/21/2021
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 Two By Two And Not Too Much I like to mix up my early morning walks with some elements that will make the path a bit different. Sometimes those minor adjustments can mean a lot.   Recently, I chose a route that included a visit to a nearby church which has a group of outdoor displays showing The...
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 No Matter The OrderScares And Miracles Can Be Part Of Any Season. . . As I approach my four-year anniversary (is that the proper way to identify it?) of my stroke and heart attack, there are definitely moments where I wonder about the relevance of miracles as well as scares.   Even the actual da...
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  Luxury,Licorice And Respites That May Last Longer. . . In the last week, I went to two different theaters in two different cities to see two very different movies.  Although I have been out and about over the last two years there definitely has been an interruption in my regular movie-going.   ...
12/10/2021
  Gross But Not That Kind Of Gross. . .  There are words that may prompt a certain reaction for some people but quite a different response from others if randomly asked for a retort.    Recently, I was thinking of “gross” which might lead some to think of something unacceptable or disgusting.  Va...
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As Far As I Am Concerned. . . I recently ran across the following quote that I shared a number of years ago on a different platform. There is something that seems “just right” about it.  Then. Right now too.  And right in so many other aspects.   As far as I am concerned, “whom” is a word invente...
12/04/2021
  OneHitWonderingOn The First. . .  Despite this post title I will not be reviewing a solo or a group of artists and their "one hit recording" success. Instead, I am discussing the wonderment of "one". As well as "no one" too.   In this case, they seem to exist together.   I am sharing words from...
12/01/2021
  A SlidingScaleSundayOf SortsMany of us who visit ActiveRain look forward to the appearance of   Carol Williams on Saturdays. Each week she curates posts suggested as praiseworthy by members along with some of her own hand-picked gems. There can be a lot we can miss while traveling through the A...
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