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What Do We Live For…

What Do We Live For…

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY: What do we live for, if it is not to make life less difficult to each other? -George Eliot (pen name of Mary Ann Evans), novelist (22 Nov 1819-22 Dec 1880) Source: http://wordsmith.org/words/parable.html Everyone’s life story has an...
A Whole World Of New Questions

A Whole World Of New Questions

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY: If we would have new knowledge, we must get us a whole world of new questions. -Susanne Langer, philosopher (20 Dec 1895-1985) Source: http://wordsmith.org/words/orotund.html Pushing the boundaries with an orotund mission can help us explore...
To Wonder Where You Are

To Wonder Where You Are

One of the oldest human needs is having someone to wonder where you are when you don’t come home at night. -Margaret Mead, anthropologist (16 Dec 1901-1978) Source: http://wordsmith.org/words/spavined.html All beings, including the spavined, need the feeling of...
Form Is Time’s Student

Form Is Time’s Student

A THOUGHT FOR TODAY: Style is time’s fool. Form is time’s student. -Stewart Brand, writer and editor (b. 14 Dec 1938) Source: http://wordsmith.org/words/maffick.html So easy to consume and maffick in a materialistic surrounding, yet incredibly challenging...
Books Around Him

Books Around Him

The walls of books around him, dense with the past, formed a kind of insulation against the present world and its disasters. -Ross Macdonald, novelist (13 Dec 1915-1983) Source: http://wordsmith.org/words/comminute.html The present world is a very dangerous place and...