From “The Top Ten Best…” without other attribution for the origin of this photo. Perhaps this fact alone sides with “unfair.” Google fails in the first five pages of searching for this photo, though I did find an interesting photo of a belly dancer in a more familiar portable with door ajar.
Happens. This day broke at below 0° Fahrenheit in the upper Midwest and thus the thought:
“There is no bad weather; only poor choices in clothing.”
I’ve variously heard this as a Norwegian or Swedish proverb. Today, Google shows it on a Boy Scout site with no attribution. Here one Meg Blackburn Losey, Ph.D., an astrologer, shirleymaclaine.com commentator and Good Morning America consultant, ties it to Llewellyn.
Even though the Norwegians gave us lutefisk, I’m prone to credit them with the phrase even without further evidence. I’m just not channeling this proverb clearly.
Google frequently turns up a less poetic and meaningful derivative: “There is no bad weather; only bad clothing.”
Jason was a favorite. Think of setting sail with a bunch of good friends and just cruising from one adventure to the next. Ah, boys.
Well, here’s a place to explore the Greek mind further: Five sources for Free Greek Philosophy Education. Be aware that it’s doubtful that you’ll come to any understanding of the national protests currently in Greece.
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!