Quo vadimos? …Where are we going? What does the future hold for us and our children and their children?
Then I thought, it is all too serious. The intention of my writing is to call up a smile in you. When you feel it, then you are in the right frame of lightness to read on, then my writing has achieved its purpose. If no smile, stop, and try again tomorrow.
…. My thoughts, ideas and experiences may not be in line with ‘currently‘ accepted science, weltanschauung or what our leaders want to hear from us and want us to believe. However, thinkers have been known to be often ahead of their times.
Albert used to say: “If only our thinkers could learn to talk and our talkers learn to think.”
OK, here I publish the thoughts from an odd ball … a thinker trying to talk.
Now, you odd balls out there, start reading and communicating! So we know, we are not alone.
It is my hope, that these publications inspire you and your contributions may lift us all into the realms of real philosophy… the friends of Sophia, the goddess of thought.
This cartoon is a shortened version of how it appeared in the last Sunday paper, by Kent, Roberts, Blyberg. It felt very relevant to my situation… the rusty gears, I mean. I have adjusted it to my personal needs.
By the way, I have stopped reading the papers as well as watching the news. My friend Terry buys the paper on Sundays while we having coffee. He hands me over the comics page. Friends just know.
a wee bit info on how to navigate around in this blog.
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….. They all have individual drop-down menus, which appear when you hover your mouse pointer over the tab. Slide down and click on the story you want to read and it will take you there.
….. Otherwise, at the bottom of this page and on every other page, you find a list with the heading “All there is” showing everything published here.
All what is published here is written by me. When there are contributions from others, I mention it.
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