The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge . . . love it or hate it, everyone has an opinion.
In the last week I have watched the ALS ice bucket challenge gain strength and have been fascinated by how the world has responded to it. I am no anthropologist, but I love human behavior so have been observing with much interest. Everyone seems to have an opinion about it, you either love it and embrace it, hate it and try and deflect or control it or are ambivalent. What I see with my “percepticals” (love this word I picked up from a recent article I read which means we all see things from…
Friedrich Nietzsche Marriage Quotes
When marrying, ask yourself this question: Do you believe that you will be able to converse well with this person into your old age? Everything else in marriage is transitory.
The Test of a Grateful Heart - Jill Conyers
Unconditional Gratitude This is one of those blogging moments when I had a post completely written, but when I woke up this morning that post wasn’t what I wanted to share. See, the thing is, I’m sure we would all agree the words in this quote are true, right. Gratitude and an appreciation for life is easy... Read more
...Throw roses into the abyss and say: 'here is my thanks to the... | Friedrich Nietzsche Picture Quotes
...Throw roses into the abyss and say: 'here is my thanks to the monster who didn't succeed in swallowing me alive.' - Friedrich Nietzsche Picture Quotes
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So, I ask myself, how do we show those who can't fly how to fly? It seems to me we must start by being on the ground where they are.
So, I ask myself, how do we show those who can't fly how to fly? It seems to me we must start by being on the ground where they are. by Amba09 on Indulgy.com
Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900), German philosopher, often misinterpreted and referred to as one of the first existentialist philosophers along with Søren Kierkegaard