In my last post (Day 16. Faith) I wrote of life\’s motions, describing some of them as circular and curved rather than tending in a straight line as does time.
Most of life\’s activities are recurrent. Some things we do every day, some once a week or once a month, and then others, far less frequently, maybe once a year or so…
It was just yesterday that I wrote about puzzles. Well this morning I opened a small package in the mail to find yet another example:
At one time or another you\’ve probably seen one, a Chinese puzzle-box. Essentially it\’s a decorative wooden box that locks “ and unlocks “ after a series of hidden latches are triggered in the correct sequence.
Terry is a happy soul who is easily satisfied. In some ways he is like most of us want to be, free: free from the burdens and obligations that cloud out spirits
Her career as a school teacher in the small mid-Georgia town of Sandersville spanned fifty years. Her logevity and unique teaching style made her a town legend, known to be strict but able to shape children with kind, not harsh, words.
By means of a special x-ray technology, scientists at Winterthur Museum in Delaware recently discovered that beneath a particular painting called “Family Portrait” by famed artist N.C. Wyeth, there was yet another painting of his: “The Mildest Mannered Man.”
Our little dog Puddles gave us a scare the other week. It was obvious that she wasn\’t feeling well because whenever we touched her she yelped.