Monday, 29 July 2013

Quote of the Week - There Isn't One

"It's Monday and I'm quoteless. Hmmm..."

- E. Amato (oh me) suggested by Ebele 

I save HUNDREDS of quotes.  I collect them madly.  And for today - I got nothing. Nothing's resonating.  

Last Monday in July, weather fine...some days it's best just to live.  Go out and play! Have a laugh  (hence the picture - from George Takei's FB).

As for me - just glad I renewed the domain name in time!

What are you going to remember about this week when you look back?  More time spent at the computer, or that time you perhaps ill-advisedly jumped into the canal with your clothes on?

Monday, 22 July 2013

Quote of the Week - Radner

"I wanted a perfect ending. Now I've learned, the hard way, that some poems don't rhyme, and some stories don't have a clear beginning, middle, and end."

Sunday, 14 July 2013

Quote of the Week - Rumi

"Be a lamp, or a lifeboat or a ladder. Help someone's soul heal."
- Rumi

I have to say, this is the only real goal.

Thanks to Daniel Stewart (again) for this one.

Sunday, 7 July 2013

Quote of the Week - McConnell (not Kahlo)

"Take a lover who looks at you like maybe you are magic."

Yes.  And be one.


THIS JUST IN....apparently this quote is from  Marty McConnell - amazing poet - and not Frida Kahlo.

And she's quoted in Rob Brezxny's Free Will Astrology this week in Pisces with this thought.


I think it's fair to say I owe Marty her own quote page, as she's now been misquoted as Frida and requoted by John Blake.  Next week!

(Via Melany Bell)

Image Tina Modotti by Edward Weston.

Tuesday, 2 July 2013

Quote of the Week - Stephenson

"The question is:  how much paranoia is really appropriate?" 
- Neal Stephenson

I so love Neal Stephenson.  When I'm reading him, I want to just quote whole books.  In the personal realm, I think it's always counter-productive to be paranoid, but we live in an IT society, essentially running around naked in cyberspace.  Nasty, put some clothes on, why don't you?

And who knew paranoia could be