Tag Archives: Time

Black Fades To Gray

“The years teach much which the days never knew.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson When you are angry or depressed, the world looks black. But hard as it is*, try to be patient. Get a good night’s sleep. Change your brain … Continue reading

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Our Time. Keep Or Give.

“Whether we wake or we sleep, Whether we carol or weep, The Sun with his Planets in chime, Marketh the going of Time.” — Edward Fitzgerald Time is a daily gift that we may keep or give. The paradox is … Continue reading

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The Beautiful Dream Of Time

“In the presence of eternity, the mountains are as transient as the clouds.” — Robert Green Ingersoll There are times when a dream becomes real, and reality becomes a dream. Towards the end our Toastmasters Area contest last night, the … Continue reading

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Backyard Time Travel

“History is a cyclic poem written by Time upon the memories of man.” — Percy Bysshe Shelley Thanks to some historical inspiration from Mother Goose, a flapping blogger from the Chicago area, our family took it’s own little trip through … Continue reading

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The Ever-Changing Expectation Of Time

“Time is the longest distance between two places.” — Tennessee Williams It wasn’t too many years ago when a 10-mile drive was an arduous ordeal. Today, in most places, many of us will drive 10 miles (or more) to go … Continue reading

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This Study Shows That Giving Time Gives You Time

“If you want work well done, select a busy man – the other kind has no time.”   — Elbert Hubbard I ran across this study today about giving time. The abstract speaks for itself. “Abstract Four experiments reveal a … Continue reading

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Doing More, Forgetting More

“The good you do today will be forgotten tomorrow. Do good anyway” — Kent M. Keith, one of the Paradoxical Commandments I’ve heard it said that the great ones forget more than most people actually do. Perhaps it applies to … Continue reading

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