Tokyo's Meji Shrine is not that far from the Gyoen's (The National Garden in Shinjuku), Sendegaya gate, but heavy rain might hamper your ability to navigate there correctly on foot. It will be particularly difficult if you're holding a tiny Japanese umbrella over two people, and trying to navigate using your smartphone's apps at the … Continue reading Magic Puddles at Meji
What happens when life takes an unexpected turn and we need something out of reach? Do you pause and think, panic or reach for the phone? Photo by rawpixel.com on Pexels.com Necessity makes a Naked Woman Learn How to Spin ~ Danish Proverb Knaegemølle, Denmark What is life if our best-laid plans are not to … Continue reading Sunday Sayings – Needs
Mostly anonymous, proverbs are a portal directly through time to generations past and echo a diverse range of cultures. They speak of the experiences of many lessons learned and the wisdom from thousands of lives already lived. I invite you to comment on their varied meanings and intentions.
Is this true?The graphic depicts the common stereotypes, but it does not depict the individual who comes with conflicting viewpoints and contradictions.Stereotypes fall in the face of humanity. We human beings are best understood one at a time. Anna QuindlenStereotypes might even be a mind's way of dealing with the infinite complexities of our human personas, … Continue reading Sunday Sayings – Stereotypicals
If you could save two items to represent your life at this moment in time, to place in a museum of the future, what would they be?
I find profound wisdom in proverbs, sayings and quotes and marvel at the way they can be so succinct in communicating messages to the reader. Mostly anonymous, they come to us from past generations and across cultures, and speak of the experiences of lives lived and lessons learned. Quotes like proverbs, can make us think … Continue reading Proverbial Thursday – Proverbs from around the World
The implications of Social Media, and the petulance of the "me" generation