Tuesday, November 3, 2009

The gambler who expects to lose is the happiest person at the track.

When you think someone has a problem the problem is really yours.

There's something braver than dying for the truth-living without it.

A dead writer has no ego.

The wind was never angry, the rain was never sad.

In the morning I don't want to know where I'll be in the afternoon.

There are more wrong turns on the map than on the road.

When your burden gets too heavy to carry, you learn how to carry it.

Where would you be if you left all your troubles behind?

The idealist wants to make ants so small no one can step on them.

Even if you find the clearing you can't stay there.

The sea will wash away our footprints but not the fact we made them.

125 comments:

  1. Brillians, as usual, oh wise one! My favorite of this series: "There are more wrong turns on the map than on the road." You can foresee a lot of problems in situations in your life and plan how to avoid them or conquer them but, you will not know how to deal with them until they are in front of you. Bravo NP!

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  2. "When your burdenge ts too heavy, you learn how to carry it. Therare more arong turns on the map than on the road. "

    These two are my favorites this round but I do appreciate them all. Thanks for sharing. :)

    P.S. Click my username and check out my new blog.

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  3. Dang! something went wrong with that link so I'm posting again.

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  4. I liked the second one where you said 'When you think someone has a problem the problem is really yours.' For some reason, that made me laugh. And most likely, that line carries some significant truth. :p

    And I really liked 'A dead writer has no ego'. This one seemed cynical, hehe, and yup it made me laugh too. You must be wondering what's wrong with me. LOL.

    But Thank you for posting this for us!! =]

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  5. I don't know wich one I prefer:
    -"When you think someone has a problem the problem is really yours."
    or
    -"There's something braver than dying for the truth-living without it."
    But I think I will have to meditate them all.
    Thank you for your posts^_^!

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  6. I like this one the best because it is all too true: When you think someone has a problem the problem is really yours.

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  7. NP--thank you so much for sharing these great aphorism with us.

    I loved them all--but in particular, that is so true about gambling—you should never gamble UNLESS you expect to lose! I don't gamble but usually throw a dollar in one slot machine when I happen to be in Vegas. I won 2,000.00 the time before last--and walked away. I bought myself a fantastic pair of Jimmy Choo shoes and gave the rest to my favorite charity.

    I also really loved what you wrote about thinking someone has a problem—so true. So often we judge others based on how we feel but as a wise Native American saying goes: Do not judge another unless you have walked a mile in his moccasins.

    I also liked what you wrote about where we might be if we did leave our troubles behind.

    However, this was my all time favorite of your aphorisms (I think from all of them, NP). “When your burden gets too heavy to carry, you learn how to carry it.” Amazing.

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  8. I love this one:
    "Even if you find the clearing you can't stay there."
    Ouch. And so true!
    Thanks for a brilliant list.

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  9. Excellent. I don't know which one is my favourite.

    Thanks for all of them.

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  10. Thank you again. I appreciate how your aphorisms facilitate a process of thoughtful reflection for me.

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  11. wonderful and thought provoking - my favorite:

    The sea will wash away our footprints but not the fact we made them.

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  12. "When your burden get too heavy to carry, you learn how to carry it." This is stunningly perceptive. What a great life-lesson this could be to teach our children, provided of course, we have learned it ourselves.

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  13. The sea will wash away our footprints but not the fact that we made them. NP I am so, so lucky to know you. Thank you.

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  14. Finally...you posted more. (: You should do it more the once a month I think. These are great as always.

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  15. NP, the wait was worth it! You make us anxious for the next post before we have even digested all you said in the first one. Very good - again!

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  16. marty - I love reading these - Every time I'm here, I start all the way at the beginning from back in March and read every single one of them. I try to picture where you are when you write these (the first one in this posting, I imagine you're at Monticello, smiling from ear to ear but with pockets full of the house's cash. 'The rain was never sad' is an incredible phrase. . . it speaks volumes. I love it.

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  17. Thanks for posting. Food for thought as usual.

    I have carried some heavy burdens and yes, I don't feel them anymore. After these, all burdens are light.

    The gambler who expects to lose at the track is happy if he wins or loses.

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  18. Outstanding work. This is so enriching in nature that one may spend countless hours pondering the true meaning of your great craft. Thank you.

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  19. Gosh you are BRILLIANT!! I REALLY love this round. They are spectacular. I started out laughing out loud and ended up awe struck by this one: "When your burden gets too heavy to carry, you learn how to carry it."

    That has so many profound meanings one could write a whole post about it. You are very gifted in your ability to write these so consistently.

    I could see them all together in a book. Amazing. :)

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  20. 'A dead writer has no ego' . . . and live readers dance upon its grave.

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  21. There were many in this one that I felt were part of my life. Thus I shall read them again and smile as I sense I'm not alone after reading some of the comments from others.

    Dorothy from grammology
    grammology.com

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  22. 'Where would you be if you left all your troubles behind?'

    Beating my Maker in a friendly game of checkers and having Her unbegrudgingly foot the cost of the champagne.

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  23. 'The idealist wants to make ants so small no one can step on them.'

    The realist inflates them to block your vision.

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  24. 'In the morning I don't want to know where I'll be in the afternoon.'

    But in the afternoon, I'll know exactly where I've been.

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  25. " When your burden gets too heavy to carry, you learn how to carry it. "

    I think this sums up mumborg rather well.

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  26. These are fantastic! I so enjoyed reading them - thank you for these awesome pieces of wisdom!

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  27. Excellent group of thought provoking statements once again!

    I liked - "The sea will wash away our footprints but not the fact we made them"
    Sort of a new twist on 'If a tree falls in the woods...' Proof in that even without evidence - if we were there, memory should be proof enough.

    Well done!

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  28. A very cool post, these two are my faves... :)
    When your burden gets too heavy to carry, you learn how to carry it.

    Where would you be if you left all your troubles behind?

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  29. I love this "The sea will wash away our footprints but not the facts we made them"

    Thanks for sharing this NP!

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  30. Very, very good NP!!! My personal fave is "The sea will wash away our footprints but not the fact we made them."

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  31. This is my favorite. "The sea will wash away the footprints but not the fact we made them." Another set of nuggets. Thank you for sharing...

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  32. Will have to stop by several times a week for a bit of uplift.

    Tom Amacker
    twamacker@gmail.com

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  33. I am just so glad I found you. Thank you.

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  34. It's nice to read your new post as usual! Thank you for sharing your writings...I like some sentences more than the others, but interested in all of them surely. Nice days to you!

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  35. NP! These are brilliant as usual!! I like them all ^_^. Thanks for sharing!

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  36. Waaaaahhh!! Written made it to second place while I'm stuck here at the bottom... Grrr.

    "When you think someone has a problem the problem is really yours." - Well, I guess since I'm currently writing an article series about the Apocalypse, I guess I'm the only one who has the biggest problem on Earth. lol

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  37. If you carry on like this you'll put Socrates to shame.

    Timeless wisdom once again, my friend, and without superfluity too.

    Thank you for the lesson, simplicity and insight into life. It's not often that I learn anything of great value from another, especially in today's superficial world.

    HumanBeing1940

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  38. Oh, no! I have no favorites. I like all of them.

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  39. "Even if you find the clearing you can't stay there."

    So true. We are all constantly looking for clearings in our lives. We all need to work on being present.

    "There are more wrong turns on the map than on the road."

    Yes, life is an adventure. Sometimes too much planning takes away from the journey.

    Thanks for sharing! We'll be back to ponder some more.

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  40. When my burdens are too heavy, I lean on my faith...this time I headed to the sea to make some footprints.

    Thank you for your lovely comment dear on my site. I wish you well and the continuance of peace in dreams.
    --V

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  41. Great original Aphorisms as usual,what you write should be pondered upon for the meaning is deep

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  42. Excellent tone, inner feeling, focus, - a pleasure to read and very, very very good.

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  44. It's been a long time since I last left a comment here, I guess. Now I'm following and you're in my Philosophy blog reading list (I don't know why but I was unable to add you to Poesia Torta reading list, I'll try again later).

    Your writing is simply fantastic, it goes without saying. Sometimes I wish could be this short and this deep, but there are so many crazy things going and coming on my mind I can't get a break, I can't sit still and try to pen them (I pen everything before posting).

    I've chosen my favorite piece today:
    "There are more wrong turns on the map than on the road."

    I can't drive but I can totally relate to this aphorism because I do think it has everything to do with going for the experience instead of losing precious time with theory sometimes. I mean, there are times we find so many reasons not to do something, cons exceeding pros, but if you really go for it, everything is gonna be alright for some cryptical reason, with some transcendental help.

    Are people who read your aphorisms supposed to say this much in their comments? Sorry!

    Thanks for coming and visiting my crooked poetry blog.

    Much love from Brazil! Take care and keep smiling.

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  45. You are delightful as always - for those who "get" you, this loyal band.

    "Even if you find the clearing you can't stay there." Love this one! Makes me grin... off to clearing the pesky unruly forest with the machete, clearing my path in life...

    Keep writing; these are great fun. You might want to package them up and market them as writing prompts - or write some posts with some of them. Quotes like these are great for getting the mind thinking in different directions. Thank You!

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  46. The sea will wash away our footprints but not the fact we made them

    I love this...These days, this is what I can really relate to. Sigh.

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  47. Very true...happy to read your words of wisdom. I have enjoyed following this site, this is when bookmarking is valued.

    A.J.Johnson
    http://writeandrewrite.blogspot.com

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  48. Beautiful and profound words, as always. I always love reading your posts as they bring about realizations of thoughts you never knew was there.

    Maybe you can write a book of a compilation of your aphorisms.. Keep them coming.^^

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  49. I was sitting here with a blank expression on my face waiting for inspiration to work on my own blog and I get your message about your new aphroism post. Good ones. The last one really struck me.It's true that the impression of feet on sand is brief, but the fact that we made the footprints has an intrinsic existence both as a cause and as effect of thought. Were these feet going to save a life, to meet a lover, or simply walking? Not to go off the deep end,but if we could but live in the moment of each step and know each thought and each feeling and guide our steps accordingly, we
    would truly be able to live in the moment and be masters of our fate. "In theory, there is no difference between theory and fact. But, in practice there is."
    This little gem is by someone named Jan L. A. van de Schnepscheut. Well I must go...I just got message to get the hell out of the clearing! My best Count Sneaky

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  50. NP, Thank you for writing and sharing a new post.
    My favourite of this time is :

    "When your burden gets too heavy to carry, you learn how to carry it."

    my poor language skill is my problem so I can't understand them in depth. That's why I sometimes request you to explain a few of them for me. And you have always helped me in this regard. Thank you very much for that.
    Wish you all the best!

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  51. Love them all but here is my favorite..."When you think someone has a problem the problem is really yours". simple its says it all . Thanks NP for sharing this wonderful post as usual
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  52. Another great list!!! I love the one about the idealist and the ants.

    Profound choices. :D

    Cheers! JJ

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  53. HOLA!!!! PRIMERO,GRACIAS POR DEJARME UN COMENTARIO,HA SIDO MUY LINDO Y COMO TODOS LOS TUYOS MUY PROFUNDOS.TE PIDO DISCULPAS POR ESCRIBIR EN MI PROPIO IDIOMA,PERO PUEDO EXPRESARME MEJOR Y AND YOU CAN USE THE GOOGLE TRANSLATER OK?
    well LEI TU ARTICULO Y ME PARECIO BELLISIMO,THAT PART WHRE YOU WRITE:."When you think someone has a problem the problem is really yours",ITS REALLY TRUE!!! I love the way you express your felings,wow i AM WRITING IN ENGLINSH AGAIN,BOTH LANGUEGE MIX IN MY BRAIN,THANKS TO GIVE THE OPORTUNITY TO READ IT.ONE MORE TIME i HAVE LEARNED SOMETHING FRON YOU!

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  54. "There's something braver than dying for the truth-living without it."

    AMEN!!! Now that's the truth! :) Yet another great list of aphorisms...


    Marty,
    Thank you for your dedication...
    Blessings
    Rev Deb

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  55. Brilliant, penetrating insights, my friend. The two that struck me were:

    --"Where would you be if you left all your troubles behind?"

    --"When you think someone has a problem the problem is really yours."

    So true, so true. Looking forward to your next post...

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  56. Hi thanks for publishing these meaningful and useful posts. Keep it up

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  57. Such beautiful words from you once again.

    "When you think someone has a problem the problem is really yours."

    This is so true. From where you get such wonderful insights, it is amazing. Thanks for sharing these. I will be waiting for the next post.

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  58. The wind was never angry, the rain was never sad.

    This is most definitely my favorite one!!!!! YOU ARE AMZING! :) I followed your blog as well.

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  59. In addition to the truisms you list;
    No one tests the depth of a river with both feet.
    Live so that you wouldn't mind giving the family parrot to the town gossip.
    A burden one chooses is not felt.
    If thine enemy wrongs thee, buy each of his children a drum.
    Before honor is humility.
    Better a diamond with a flaw than a pebble without one.
    He that digs a pit for another may fall into it himself.
    Wonder is the beginning of wisdom.
    When an old person dies a library burns to the ground.
    The sharper the blast the sooner it's past.
    A person convinced against their will is of the same opinion, still.
    Nothing is easy to the unwilling.
    It takes about 10 years to get used to how old you are now.
    There is no revenge as complete as forgivness.

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  60. "There is no revenge as complete as forgiveness" ... so true ... it took me many years to realize that granting forgiveness was not for those who had wronged me, it was for me ...

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  61. Such inspiring words this month, some of which I have taken to heart.

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  62. If I left all my troubles behind... I would be where all my troubles are naught... probably on the sea of the sun...floating...looking up at the window from where I fell through... and I think I am always here, actually! :)

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  63. Love your writing and thoughts. We just added you to our Blogroll.

    Thanks!

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  64. So glad I came across your blog. Thanks for sharing, I had a few smiles while reading which is exactly what I needed today. Look forward to reading more. Take care.

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  65. Thanks for the new set of aphorims Marty. My fav: "Where would you be if you left all your troubles behind?" If I get you right, you could have said, what would you do without wounds to lick... ;)

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  66. The idea of leaving ones problems behind is refreshing. The are so many things in life that trouble people it becomes endless. I wish this form of peace for all people. Great post. Very insightful. Wonder job. Thank you.

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  67. the second one made me thing. i'm a little mad at my friend who had cancer, did nothing to change her lifestyle, and now it threatens to come back. since she's living her life as usual, i guess yes, it IS my problem, not hers. i'm still mad though.

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  68. You've outdone yourself this time. Pithy words of wisdom in an increasingly stupid world.

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  69. wow! once again you never fail to impress me. keep itup. I am planning to give you the best blog award.

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  70. "The wind was never angry, the rain was never sad."
    It just is.

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  71. "When your burden gets too heavy to carry, you learn how to carry it."

    This line reminds me of what I would tell friends when they have problem, which is, "A burden shared is a burden halved" or " A problem shared is a problem halved."

    Funkkeejooce
    http://funkkeejooce.com/blog/

    Having little burdens now and again is so important to how we are and how we percieve our surrounding. It shapes us to what we are today and gives us a sense of importance in the grand scheme of things. We learn to carry our burdens the same way we learn to adapt to different circumstances life throws at us.

    Thanks once again NP for the food for thought. :-)

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  72. That's why I don't gamble...'cause I know I'm going to lose! So...I guess I'm happy? LOL. :-)

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  73. wow! think this is just where i really liked to be...
    thanks dear new profound friend for dropping by my blog leaving nice encouraging words and also leading me to this land of treasures and beauty...


    each of these teaches as much as a book... really loved reading them one by one... assimilating the image... the thought...

    and the last one really changed my mood as today i was a bit sad about those footprints...
    :)

    thanks for sharing your wisdom with us...




    "The wind was never angry,
    the rain was never sad."

    i always
    rain when i'm sad
    and storm when angry
    but
    i'm never on the news
    nor in poetry books

    :)

    "Where would you be if you left all your troubles behind?"

    in front of them...

    :)

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  74. coming and leaving sweet smile for you

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  75. When you think someone has a problem the problem is really yours. -> made me smile and think :)

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  76. Hi NP, I find these of relevance:

    When your burden gets too heavy to carry, you learn how to carry it.

    Where would you be if you left all your troubles behind?

    I guess its always right for everyone to just live and learn with troubles and squabbles. The measure of a person can be seen under the circumstances he's in, how he fared and in failure how he managed to walk again in the path.

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  77. "In the morning I don't want to know where I'll be in the afternoon." I like the sentiment, but I am happy to report that I'll be on the couch watching football today. A rare treat for me.

    FYI:

    Just wanted to let you know that we've moved to: www.theguysperspective.com/theguysblog
    For Blogrolls and such.

    We're still in the process of tweaking the look and design of our site, but we're happy to be operating under our own domain!

    Take care and have a great day!

    Bring Back Pluto
    "ONE of THE GUYS"

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  78. Loved them all, especially the last three.

    For me it feels like they belong together somehow, don't know why exactly yet.

    I also loved to read the comments, to see what everyone elses favorites are.

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  79. heya NP, I just wanted to drop in to say hello and thank you for your visit to my blog.

    take care :)


    Bettie

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  80. This is my favorite. I keep rereading it a feeling myself getting closer to well something very profound.

    The sea will wash away our footprints but not the fact we made them.

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  81. Very nice blog! I love reading it!

    Thanks for leaving a post in my BC shout out.

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  82. I'd love to feast upon your brain, and have your thoughts race around my veins! :D

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  83. As always I smile on your sage notes - things that most in a hurry don't take time to pay attention. Your words are so soft, quiet and gentle. At least I feel this way.

    Ego of the writer... How active is your ego??

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  84. My favourite one this time is "There are more wrong turns on the map than on the road." A destination can be wrong, but not a journey :) Maybe.

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  85. The last line in particular struck me. Once made, our actions cannot be so easily washed away. The slate is never truly scrubbed clean...

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  86. "Where would you be if you left all your troubles behind?"
    Excellent question! I imagine many people, including myself, will be pondering that for a while after reading it.
    As always Marty, I so enjoy visiting your "pieces of life" and words of wisdom. Thanks for sharing.

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  87. There's something braver than dying for the truth-living without it.

    I loved this one.

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  88. The one about the idealist and ants cracks me up.

    I just struck me as funny today. Maybe because I finally GET IT!

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  89. gamblers should always expect to lose.

    i spun a slot machine once. i lost 100 PHP in 5 minutes.

    gambling is something that is funny and stupid.

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  90. It's Secretia, Thanks for visiting my blog, Secret Story Time! I hope you come often.
    I'm following you now.

    Secretia

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  91. you may think this is totally unnecessary, but i have a surprise for you at: http://thegoodgirls.blogspot.com/2009/11/from-me-to-you.html

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  92. Hi NP!

    I have always enjoyed your aphorisms and I wanted to let all of my readers know how great your site is. This is why you Out of Context: pieces of life has been presented with the Best Blog Award over at www.wild-facts.com.

    Keep the aphorism coming!!!

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  93. Another great set of quotes. Thanks you!!!

    Dexter(QuoteGuy)

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  94. Bravo! thanks for these quote. I love no.1, when you expect the least, you feel great when you get to have the best

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  95. "When your burden gets too heavy... " though all of them are great... this one especially for me.

    Thanks for this. Live long Mr.Rubin.

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  96. First of all, THANK YOU for visiting my "Balance Beam" blog. I really appreciate it!

    The second line reminds me of a similar quote which I love, "If you meet more than two a**holes in one day, chances are pretty good you're one of them."

    Looking forward to checking out the rest of your blog. All the best to you!

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  97. "In the morning I don't want to know where I'll be in the afternoon."

    If the future is predestined, I'd rather sleep on my bet and wait for my fate.

    Why worry about the future when you are not even looking at the present.

    You are great!

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  98. you are a walking quote machine. bombard that horrible existence with one liners and ask thyself what is life all about.

    and it is pure bliss.

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  99. I love thinking about where I'd be if I left my troubles behind....love your stuff...

    Dorothy from grammology
    grammology.com

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  100. "When you think someone has a problem the problem is really yours"

    It feels like it is an honor to read your works...

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  101. "The gambler who expects to loose is the happiest person at the track" - sheer brilliance. I like infact all of those. But the first one is so appealing. Preparing yourself for the worst is the most positive thing to do. When one is ready to face and accept the sorrow, and find happiness in sorrow, there is no question of sadness. Well said. By the way, i am honored to meet you.

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  102. As always, thought-provoking and beautiful! I specially liked 'The wind was never angry, the rain was never sad.'

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  103. Great and true says, all of them. I'm glad I dropped by today, and I shall most likely revisit. Thank you for sharing!

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  104. Even if you find the clearing you can't stay there.

    There's something braver than dying for the truth - living without it.

    Brilliant, as always!

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  105. "The sea will wash away our footprints but not the fact we made them." A brilliant thought!

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  106. Wow you just changed my way of thinking as if someone has a problem it's easy to loose the way and think it's yours...

    You are brilant...


    Dorothy from grammology
    grammology.com

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  107. Thank you for commenting on my site.

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  108. Hi nothingprofound...

    Holy cow, I didn't realize I'd missed two posts! All very good...

    "When you think someone has a problem the problem is really yours." I was afraid you'd say that...

    "When your burden gets too heavy to carry, you learn how to carry it." This one is right on, NP.

    "Even if you find the clearing you can't stay there." ...cause it wouldn't be a clearing anymore.

    You really rake in the comments, NP. Excellent!

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  109. These quotes really have wisdom, as poetry too. I've enjoyed reading them. Blessings my friend.
    Haver

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  110. My favorite ones:

    When you think someone has a problem the problem is really yours.

    When your burden gets too heavy to carry, you learn how to carry it. (I think i'm near to learn it) ;)

    The sea will wash away our footprints but not the fact we made them.

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  111. I love your blog. :) Keep it up!
    Here, let me give you one: "The sun will always rise tommorow"

    Charmaine, The Philosophical Blog of a Modern Teenager

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  112. Hello! My favorite ...The sea will wash away our footprints but not the fact we made them,so true.You ponder things over.....this is good.

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  113. For nothingprofound...

    Only children who don't listening their parents, can become better than their parents.

    We can not live without other people. Some create our problems, other solve our problems.

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  114. You have me hooked, the reading IS PROFOUND!

    Secretia

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  115. I like this 'The gambler who expects to lose is the happiest person at the track'.

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  116. "A dead writer has no ego." in my language after reading this line a sentence came into my mind that is "maar dala" means "mind blasting or just killing".

    i really like some of your lines that are short but have deep meaning in them. you can't stop me saying "u r genius"

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  117. "When you think someone has a problem the problem is really yours."
    i like this one. but hard to swallow... lol

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  118. You have some very powerful words. Keep up the good work.

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