<babble>There is a thin line between having faith in nothing and having no faith in anything. The former is the side I tend to come down on more often than not.</babble>
<babble>Whether one is comforted or discomforted by the fact that more things go unnoticed than noticed says a lot about that person’s comfort level.</babble>Share
There is a thin line between doing something for the greater good and doing something for the lesser evil.Share
It also takes faith to make possible a G*d who needs to give rewards in order to be pleased.Share
He who can reminisce about the future will always be happy. —R-U.S.Share
<babble>Lack of knowledge today hurts less than yesterday’s ignorance. In other words, what you know today hurts more than what you thought you knew yesterday. :-)</babble>Share
28 And the king said unto her, What aileth thee? And she answered, This woman said unto me, Give thy son, that we may eat him to day, and we will eat my son to morrow.
29 So we boiled my son, and did eat him: and I said unto her on the next day, Give thy son, that we may eat him: and she hath hid her son.Share
<babble>If you think everything is right there must be something wrong. And if you think everything is wrong everything could be right. In other words, the best way to make things right is to make sure everybody thinks something is wrong.</babble>Share
I’m not odd. I’m just a little uneven. 🙂Share
Is it better to overdo things today so you don’t overdo them tomorrow or is it better to overdo things yesterday so you don’t overdo them today? I think I prefer the former but I could go either way on this one.Share
Just remember that the things we deserve can most likely be traced more to the things we didn’t do than the things we don’t deserve can be traced less to the things we did.
Or is it the things we don’t deserve can most likely be traced less to the things we did than the things we deserve can be traced more to the things we didn’t do.
Or is it both?Share
That thin line between believing in what you don’t believe and in believing what you do believe.Share
You always need it right before you know it.Share
I think anonymity would be a great superpower to have. Imagine saying anything you wanted and not having to answer for it? 🙂Share
Janet while cutting up a nice canteloupe: “Eva would be in second heaven right now.”
Ralph: “You mean first heaven? I don’t think it’s second heaven but I could be wrong.”
Janet after 30 minutes: “I just figured it out. Would you like to know?”
Ralph: “Yes, please.”
Janet: “Seventh heaven!”Share