Wisdom, Quotes and Things
“To be or not to be”,
That will never be said of me
I am who I am and I do not need to announce it.
“Crawl back into your hole”, you say
I say, In a hole might just be better,
You never know.
“Let by gones be by gones”,
How can that work
Our minds don’t forget.
“To each his own”,
That is all wrong.
Everything affects everyone, regardless.
“Hide it under a bushel”,
No! I think not
There are creepy things in there.
“Live and let live”
Well that is always the case
You cannot stop anyone from going on with their lives.
“Follow the golden rules“
But how do you know those aren’t for fools?
Who made those anyway?
“Count your blessings”,
That is truly impossible.
What would be the use.
Sayings, quotes and things
Were created from ordinary people,
Wanting ordinary common things
Expecting to be heard, or noticed.
Some give wisdom, some give nothing
That is the nature of free speech.
“Take it to heart”…if you wish
No, it will not make you smart,
But it might change things up a bit.
I am writing this for no particular reason
Just thought ’tis the season…
or is it?
“How would your life be different if… You stopped allowing other people to dilute or poison your day with their words or opinions? Let today be the day… You stand strong in the truth of your beauty and journey through your day without attachment to the validation of others.”
― Steve Maraboli
Quote of the day!
“Freedom has its life in the hearts, the actions, the spirit of men and so it must be daily earned and refreshed — else like a flower cut from its life-giving roots, it will wither and die.”
― Dwight D. Eisenhower
Word of the day!
the place of origin or earliest known history of something.
“an orange rug of Iranian provenance”
synonyms: origin · source · place of origin · birthplace · spring · wellspring · fount · roots · history · pedigree · derivation · root · etymology · provenience · radix
the beginning of something’s existence; something’s origin.
“they try to understand the whole universe, its provenance and fate”
a record of ownership of a work of art or an antique, used as a guide to authenticity or quality.
“the manuscript has a distinguished provenance”
late 18th century: from French, from the verb provenir ‘come or stem from’, from Latin provenire, from pro- ‘forth’ + venire ‘come’.