..that it might take getting further than you’ve gotten to realize anything?
We all have our moments in the sun. Some of us just stay in it longer than others.
Seeing the big picture is overrated. I would much rather see lots of little pictures. —R-U.S.
The key to longevity just might be remembering how bad the things that made you feel good can be while forgetting the good things that made you feel bad.
This babble is a work in progress….
…why opposites attract? Shouldn’t they distract?
There is a thin line between the states of being morally happy and being happily immoral.
The line gets somewhat thicker between the states of being happily moral and morally unhappy.
Nothing is as important in the lesser scheme of things as that which seems important in the greater scheme of things.
Scientific-minded folks test the faith of the religious-minded almost the same as religious-minded folk test the faith of the scientific-minded. Conclusion: As long as faith can be eternally tested, it’s all good.