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I'm in a bit of an emotional rut so in attempts to jiggle my brain please share the most interesting things you've thought of or heard. Quotes, ideas, advice, inspirational, philosophical, jokes....they can be witty, funny, philosophical....whatever life wisdom has stuck with you along the way. What entertaining and interesting things come to mind?

To start I'll share a quote that reminds me to never settle on a belief, to always apply critical thinking before confirmation biases take over when faced with new information "The future belongs to those who can learn, unlearn, and relearn".

Thanks everyone :) 

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"Children who are raised without silence must one day learn silence as though it were a foreign language; and if they do not learn this language they will not speak the language of God." ---Lorin Jenis.

Interesting! Thank you!

Build a man a fire, and he'll be warm for a day. Set a man on fire, and he'll be warm for the rest of his life. Terry Pratchett.

Lol! Thanks for the laugh :)

Where does gravity come from?

Why doesn't time go in reverse?

Who built Teotihuacan?

Did Alantis actually exist?

Where is all the anti-matter (or was it dark matter? I get the two confused somehow.) in the universe?

"Monkey See, Monkey do."

Alleluia [sad that the god she worshipped her whole life was only a machine]: The world is not at all what I believed.

Computer Jovah: Yet it is the same as it ever was, only that you see it with new eyes.

Sharon Shinn, Jovah's Angel

In commemoration of Cinco de Mayo a poem titled “Caliente” by Denise Dumars. Viva Mexico!

Yes, it means hot,
and it usually is.
the Caliente Casino slot machines
have calacas playing bingo for a theme;
the happy dead of El Día de los Muertos,
not the sad dead of the Norteamericano
cemeteries, but sometimes
the frightening dead
of the life-size, realistic
Santa Muerte statue
in the botanica
a few blocks away;
death seated on a throne
dressed in lace and satin,
grin rictus within the mantilla,
upside-down pentagrams
in bas-relief upon her chair.
Books on black magic,
and red and green
and even white,
two boys with machetes
whacking open coconuts
for a glass of juice as an offering.
Outside, Hare Krishnas chanting
on Avenida Constitution, and
a man with a portable grill
makes sweet pancakes
to eat out of hand,
to remind us
that we are of the living,
and not the living dead.

"What is a poet? An unhappy man who hides deep anguish in his heart, but whose lips are so formed that when the sigh and cry pass through them, it sounds like lovely music.... And people flock around the poet and say: 'Sing again soon' - that is, 'May new sufferings torment your soul but your lips be fashioned as before, for the cry would only frighten us, but the music, that is blissful."

Give a man a fish, and you will feed him for a day.

Teach a man to fish, and he will get grief from his wife for the rest of their marriage ( Unknown).

Husband; want to do something fun

Wife; takes off leaving the children with hubby

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