Open Mind #FridayPhilosophy “Fear grew in places unlit by knowledge.” - Roshani Chokshi “There is nothing more frightful than ignorance in action.” - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe “Books and ideas are the most effective weapons against intolerance and ignorance.” - Lyndon B. Johnson “We can disagree and still love each other unless your disagreement is … Continue reading Open Mind #FridayPhilosophy
Faustian quotes for your Friday
Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday: the family meal, decorating the Christmas tree, the entire thing is magical. Of course, I believe wholeheartedly in magic. Not just the "woo woo" kind of spells and witchcraft - I mean the simple, every day magic. It's like miracles: if you believe in miracles, you will see them. So, … Continue reading Friday Philosophy…Magic
Fear is a recurring theme here lately. From children's bad dreams to supernatural explorations to just "life stuff," fear has been rearing its ugly head. I think it was my friend Tyler who recently shared a "fear is a liar" post. Surprise, surprise, that phrase set me thinking. I think fear is the voice that … Continue reading Friday Philosophy…Fear…
I've been running around all day. At the start of it, my son couldn't find a book for school and my daughter remembered her PE uniform only when I was dropping her off. Fortunately, I great deal of what I had on the agenda today involved being on the phone, so I managed to multitask. … Continue reading Tuesday Thoughts…Sleepy!
I've been very quiet lately, and I promise to explain next week. I've been reading a ton still, and so wanted to share a series of quotes I found uplifting and enriching. "Artistic temperament sometimes seems a battleground, a dark angel of destruction and a bright angel of creativity wrestling." ~ Madeleine L'Engle "The role … Continue reading Philosophy Any Old Time!