Monthly Archives: August 2011

A Tree Falls in the Forest

“If a tree falls in a park and there is no-one to hand, it is silent and invisible and nameless. And if we were to vanish, there would be no tree at all” — William Fosset This saying was popularized … Continue reading

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Early Birds or Early Worms

“I think we consider too much the good luck of the early bird and not enough the bad luck of the early worm” – Franklin D Roosevelt In the tranquil hours of dawn, the natural world comes to life, and … Continue reading

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What’s in Your Wallet?

“A father carries photo memories in his wallet, knowing his money was well spent.” -Tom Baker There was a man, who was given the opportunity to take an ‘all expenses paid’ trip around the world. The man spent weeks eagerly … Continue reading

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The Two of Pentacles as the Juggler

“The trick to juggling is determining which balls are made of rubber and which ones are made of glass.” – Anonymous Once there was a man who made his living as a juggler in his tiny village. The local children … Continue reading

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