Think It Through. . . .

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Men may live lives of quiet desperation but is it not better to punch out the heavens and settle the fight?

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Some people prefer to sit on hot rocks.

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The path for the journey home is such a steep and narrow one that the intensity of the heart is calibrated.

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There is Grace in the wait.  But only after the knock out.

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One can circle the world many times but be no nearer to one’s final destination that what is taken by the first step inward.

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The rock of Gibraltar does withstand the chipping away at it but only to a point.

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There is an art to waiting.  It is an art form and once learned, a great privacy maker and comfort.

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Moments of waiting allow one to disconnect from a cacophonous world and center in on the inner voice intent on self preservation.  Guilt arises when something as prosaic as waiting in line can be so delicious as to be judged sinful.

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To have a sense of the past, a hold on the future and an immersion in the present should be a prerequisite for life.

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As we stretch to pour the milk out of the pitcher we are blind to the fact that it is only out of abundance that we continue to pour.

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We are laughed out of the curriculum when our search involves basic origins and we find some answers.

photo by
Stanley Rybacki

 

 

One Response to Think It Through. . . .

  1. Suzanne April 4, 2016 at 2:53 pm #

    More words to live by….
    Thank you, yet again.

    Suzanne

    Sent from my iPhone

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