Tuesday, May 2, 2017

There's just no telling how far we'll go...

There's nothing wrong and everything right with looking at tough problems and trying to figure out how to solve them.

But... We're human beings, and one of our characteristics is to look at the world we experience as one of polar opposites. Things are splendiferous or disastrous, with nothing, really, in between.

Another of our characteristics is to spend too much time peering closely at problems, forgetting to step back and look around and see that there are non-problems as well.

There is a world of wonder out there, filled with things that transcend mere mortal existence.

It's good to take some time to peer closely at the things that make our hearts sing. To let our souls off the chain and allow them to soar. If we don't find a way to do that, we'll never be able to put problems in the proper scale, context and perspective. And we will not solve them.

How far will we go?


  1. What is this, Plato day? You and Chris ( OAFS ). Unfortunately, I have not yet found speakers or earphones for my computer, so I'll have to wait to hear the videos.

    Paul L. Quandt

    1. Maybe play-doh.

      Good videos and worth the listen.

    2. You can " ah shucks " all you want, but my hat ( were I wearing one ) is off to you.


  2. Amen. And that little girl is something else!