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Sunday, September 18, 2011
Things worth pondering
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I don't understand this one: 'The amount of fear in your life shows the extent to which you are in agreement with the enemy of your soul.'ReplyDelete
Can the last quote apply to chocolate!!??ReplyDelete
Elise: it sure can when there's a mouse around - but yes, I don't think you can take any chances with such delicacies....ReplyDelete
Zoe: yes, that's why I said they were worth pondering. Sometimes these things are put up as if they are proverbs containing absolute truth, when I think they're just worth musing on.
With the one you mentioned I think there's a problem with the word 'soul'. It can be seen as narrowly religious or can have a more general meaning. I can't find out who said this so I don't know their idea of it. It makes more sense to me if 'soul' is thought of as 'being' but here were come back to the interminable but vital problem of words and what they mean to each person. Maybe my other philosophical friends have some ideas. I'll return to this!
Why is it that the moment you hit the 'Post Comment' button you spot the typo? '...here were...' = '...here we...' .of course. But I wanted to add this anyway, because just to complicate matters a little bit more, we get this fascinating article:ReplyDelete
You'll need to copy it and paste it into a browser window....
Right ,That's it. No more comments written in Google account. They insist on having my mobile phone number and since I won't give it, I lose the lot. Yes I know I should've copied and pasted.ReplyDelete
Boohoo! I liked what I wrote!!