Tag Archives: reality

The Rat Race To Happiness?

The administrator in my office shared this short movie by Steve Cutts (wiki) with me last evening for an assignment I had to complete.    Here is Steve’s Website The short movie is called “Happiness”  I watched it and was … Continue reading

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On Reality

It has been noted that Abraham Lincoln once asked an audience how many legs a dog has if you count the tail as a leg? When they ansered “five”,  Lincoln told them the answer was four. He added that “the … Continue reading

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The Reality Of It All

This pretty much sums things up . . .

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The Struggle Is Real

After nearly fifty years of marriage a couple was lying in bed one evening, when the wife felt her husband begin to massage her in ways he hadn’t in quite some time. It almost tickled as his fingers started at … Continue reading

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Think On These

Think on these. . . Note to self:  Stop Expecting We are drowning in information while starving for wisdom. No matter how bad your life is, it’s still not as bad as a person who sits around worrying about the … Continue reading

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Flawed Wisdom

It was during the mid-1980s that a slogan found it’s way on to the bumpers and rear windows of hundreds of thousands of vehicles. The message called to us.  It appealed to our desire for “stuff,” but was flawed wisdom. … Continue reading

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Friday, 5pm Thoughts

Another week concluding with another Friday. The end before another beginning. Seven days closer to assuming room temperature. Thoughts swirl, questions center on dashed hopes. Haunted by the questions at 0300. Building bridges to places that don’t exist and probably … Continue reading

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An Intelligent Form Of Illiteracy​

If it wasn’t so true and sad, it would be funny. Actually, it is funny, even though it is sad and true. As Steve Martin would say, “This guy’s good.”

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