Tag Archives: Foolish

Fool’s Errand

Arguing with those we love is maybe sometimes natural.  But, it’s a fool’s errand.  There can be very little good in having to be right just to make the person you love somehow wrong.   Especially in the modern age, … Continue reading

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Set’s Blinding of Horus

Egypt has some fascinating legends from long ago.  Some get slightly retold as time goes on. Set’s Blinding of Horus by Michael Doyle Few know the whole of the story A tale needed in all of its glory In a … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: The World Is Changed By Dreamers Willing To Look Foolish If Need Be

“The world is changed not by the self-regarding, but by men and women prepared to make fools of themselves.” – P.D. James, novelist (3 Aug 1920-2014)      

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Thought For the Day: Dare To Reason And Escape Bigotry and Foolishness To Be Free

“Those who will not reason, are bigots, those who cannot, are fools, and those who dare not, are slaves.” – Lord Byron, poet (22 Jan 1788-1824)  

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Thought For the Day: Better To Silent Than Speak and Be Thought A Fool

“Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt.” – Maurice Switzer, in Mother Goose, Her Book I do not know that I fully agree with this adage.  Maybe, I think, it is … Continue reading

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