Archive for April 2017

Just Saying 2017-04-30,

April 30, 2017

Folks on one end of the political spectrum clearly see the intolerance of those on the opposite end but are nearly, if not completely, blind to their own. It reminds me of the suggestion that we remove the plank from our own eyes before we worry about the speck in our neighbor’s eye.–me

Just Saying 2017-04-29,

April 29, 2017

Most folks either believe that the news they are seeing is politically unbiased or they know that it is politically biased and that’s what they want. In the latter case they believe that their own bweliefs are the only valid beliefs.–me

Just Saying 2017-04-28,

April 28, 2017

Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one.–A. Einstein

Just Saying 2017-04-27,

April 27, 2017

Fulfill me, make me happy, make me feel safe, tell me who I am. The world cannot give you those things, and when you no longer have such expectations, all self-created suffering comes to an end.–Eckhart Tolle

Just Saying 2017-04-26,

April 26, 2017

Here I come to save the day.–Mighty Mouse

Just Saying 2017-04-25,

April 25, 2017

Things are more like today than they have ever been before.–Gerald Ford

Just Saying 2017-04-24,

April 24, 2017

Perhaps the most important things a person can ever do is to learn to accept and then to love the parts of themselves they find the most unacceptable.–me

Just Saying 2017-04-23,

April 23, 2017

The world is a looking glass, and gives back to every man the reflection of his own face. Frown at it and it will in turn look sourly upon you; laugh at it and with it, and it is a jolly kind companion.–William Makepeace Thackeray

Just Saying 2017-04-22,

April 22, 2017

Oh Lord, I’m stuck in Lodi again…–Creedence Clearwater Revival

Just Saying 2017-04-21,

April 21, 2017

It is difficult for the matter-of-fact physicist to accept the view that the substratum of everything is of mental character. But no one can deny that mind is the first and most direct thing in our experience, and all else is remote inference.–Eddington, (The Nature of the Physical World)