This is a wonderful site with authors who know that a little time less well spent can be a joy.
Photographer and director Andrew Zuckerman’s The Wisdom Book is intense in its titled discussion by many of the most iconic people of our time.
It’s all I want, now, for Christmas.
Lights half on, half off our Christmas tree looked pitiful. However, work must be done, bringing to mind the following:
Or, as the case last night “woman” and “herself.” But then, with such a strong imperative, backed by a winking incentive, the impossible was untangled and set straight. Lights!
The was found at elise’s collection of favorite quotes and is apt in so many ways.
There are hundreds of paths up the mountain,
all leading in the same direction,
so it doesn’t matter which path you take.
The only one wasting time is the one
who runs around and around the mountain,
telling everyone that his or her path is wrong.
I seem to know way too many people who are stone set certain about their ideas.
“The trouble with the world is that the stupid are cocksure and the intelligent are full of doubt.”-Bertrand Russell
Just 1:15 until World Philosophy Day ends. That is, just one hour and 15 minutes if you live in US/Canada Central Time Zone.
Californians have much more time left today to think.
Some fun at BBC here entitled Four philosophical questions to make your brain hurt.
While there: If Czech supermodel Karolina Kurkova has no navel, how does she contemplate?
Stumbling along up pops this site deconstructing Beatles lyrics and philosophy. An example:
Song: All you need is love
Album:Magical Mystery Tour
Quote: “There’s nothing you can know that isn’t known”
Comment:John Lennon advocates metaphysical anti-realism and endorses the conclusion of Fitch’s paradox.
Spotted by: RossCameron
We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light.