41 thoughts on “Tuesday’s Thoughts!

  1. Love the Dalai Lama poster and it’s saying ~> spot on!

    Kitchens and Bathrooms don’t need to be beautiful to be functional. Our obsession with “updating” counter-tops and cabinets and appliances and light fixtures to “impress” visitors is a bit sick. Love your visitors and use your things.

    And that top photo . . . PRICELESS!

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  2. Love No.9, which reminded me of a simple philosophy about life … from a homeless man who spent much of his time on a park bench. “The secret to a happy life is to keep your mind full and your bowels empty. The problem today is that so many people seem to get it the wrong war around!”

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  3. Have to go with the Dalalamas wise words this week, loving people is important, not using them. I think it’s somethimg we all needs to remember this. Another way if heard this said people are an β€œend” in themselves and should never be used as a β€œmeans” to an end. Thanks for sharing πŸ™‚

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  4. The Ralph Waldo Emerson quote : “For every minute you are angry you lose sixty seconds of happiness” were words that my Father offered to divert some squabbling sibling’s tempers. I have long forgotten the cause of our anger, but have never forgotten the quote! Emerson has always been a favorite of mine and I have repeated #2 often. Thank-you!

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  5. HI Ellen! So good to see you back!! I have always enjoyed Emerson too! And that is another great quote! Your Father was wise to use it in that manner, looks like it made an impression on you! πŸ™‚ Thanks for sharing!

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