Sometimes I think we’re alone.
Sometimes I think we’re not.
In either case, the thought is staggering.
(Quote: R. Buckminster Fuller)
9 November 1989 the Berlin Wall fell and two half cities were united.
But 25 years later, we are still better to build walls, than we are to tear them Down.
My vacation is over and I am back at work.
I have spent just over two weeks in Canada, visited Vancouver, flown by seaplane to Vancouver Island and drive around in rental car in British Columbia and across the border into Alberta.
What a beautiful country and such nice people.
Lake Louise, Canada
Speak only if it improves upon the silence
– Mahatma Gandhi
In a world where everybody hold their own truth, there isn’t much room for lies.
”Home is where you hang your hat”
Occasionally I think of that old saying, and use it as an indication to see if the place I live is also the place I feel at home. Is my home the place I would hang my hat?
So far, the answer has been Yes.
I do not own a hat, nor have I any immediate plans of getting one. This is all figuratively speaking.
Though I have often thought about those words, it has not occurred to me before, that if the meaning is “the place you place your hat”, it could as easy mean my head. In that case, “home” may not be a geographical place. Maybe home is my mind.
Now, that is a “place” I do not want to leave. 😉
You can try to run away from the whole world,
but you cannot outrun yourself.
There can be no happiness
if the things we believe in
are different from the things we do.
(Freya Madeline Stark)
Be wary of the man who urges an action
in which he himself incurs no risk.