DOXASTIC OPENNESS “If you are a person of the same sort as myself, I should be glad to continue questioning you: If not, I can let it drop. Of what sort am I? One of those who would be glad to be refuted if I say anything untrue, and glad to refute anyone else who might speak untruly; but just as glad, mind you, to be refuted as to refute, since I regard the former as the greater benefit.” —Socrates in GorgiasShare
Besides being a great name for a band, I think one of the keys to contentment is embracing notions of all sorts, shapes and sizes.Share
<babble>Since half the things they tell you are probably bad for you are most likely good for them and half the things they tell you are probably good for you are most likely bad for them, 25 percent is probably good, 25 percent is probably bad and the other 50 percent is most likely both good and bad.</babble>
Or put a bit more succinctly, since 50 percent of the things they tell you are probably bad for you are most likely 100 percent good for them and since 50 percent of the things they tell you are probably good for you are most likely 100 percent bad for them, 25 percent is probably good for you, 25 percent is probably bad for you and the other 50 percent is most likely both good and bad for you.
See how that works? 🙂Share
If you are still trying to quit you are not trying hard enough. 🙂Share
That fine line between fleeting and forever…Share
That fine line between staying in your comfort zone and getting out of your discomfort zone. 🙂Share
That fine line between what and who we are. Or is that a thick line?Share
Things that make you go, hmmmmmmmm……Share
Between here and now and here and there.Share
If tomorrow’s test is based on today’s quiz, why are we basing today’s quiz on yesterday’s lesson? Could it be that tomorrow never comes? A life is built on yesterdays. A good life is lived like there is no tomorrow.Share
There is a thin line between pretending and sugar coating. The line should be even thinner between compassion and telling it like it is.Share
Random thought: Are we to be forever cursed with trying to pass the tests of tomorrow based on the quizzes from yesterday’s lessons?Share
The less obvious things seem/are the more obvious they can become/are.
The more obvious things become/are the less obvious they can seem/are.
The less obvious things become/are the more obvious they can seem/are.
There is a fine line between us and them.Share
<babble>All fine line analogies aside, it seems to me that it is far easier to set a bad example by trying to set a good example than it is to set a good example without trying. </babble>