In another thread I wrote that I post to “make connections.”
Later, I noticed a coffee mug from my alma mater with that quote. Originally I meant it only metaphorically, but perhaps the subconscious knows best? Did ya’ll know C. Darwin married his cousin? How’s that for “Survival of the Fitt-est”? Consanguinity: Ironic, don’t cha think?
I recently watched a few movies that really “hit home.” First I’ll mention The Stoning of Soraya M. (2008). It’s not for the faint of heart; mine broke at the end because, you see, I have a scar on my forehead right where Soraya got hit by her husband. Her Daddy couldn’t hit her, like my Dad never hurt me intentionally.
I wish I could say the same for the one(s) who didn’t appreciate me (not physically, but mentally).
Like E-bert, I’ll have another review soon, but I want my better half to watch it first so he and I can discuss.
Lynch, do you miss your Dad too? Re: the “title” line. Butt David might apply too.
Like I mentioned in another thread, “Perceptions are not always reality.” I came up with that in high school (1995). It was my senior quote. I was also quoting and living Tolstoy [as well as Dostoyevsky] back then as well: “Strength in Suffering.” I’m not saying I’m smarter than the average lawyer, butt I have edited law books before, and
I did read the Supreme Court decision on Bush v. Gore. This well runs deep, my “friends.”
“Tis better to have loved and lost than to never have loved at all.”
- "In Memoriam A.H.H." by Alfred, Lord Tennyson
True or false???
I dedicate this post to Nedā.