Brave Galaxy Theorem Number Blithe:
All rotten ideas started out as good ones.
And the Theorem’s brother added:
"Yeah, but everything started out as something else.”
This one sideways, short gentleman soundly said that his thinking was “so important,” that his brain had an unlisted number. And his brother muttered that it didn’t matter, cause nobody ever called him anyway.
The mystique of wars resides in the minds of the defeated. It is failure that has the memory, tongue and inclination to chat up its ignominy.
Over near the foggy quarter sector, there’s this chap who, several times a day, exclaims, “We’re all in this together,” which may not sound too interesting until I tell you that when he shouts it, he’s always by himself.
If you’re in-the revolution, and with-the-expedition, remember this: No matter what space you take, no matter the prevailing time, just like Life itself, you’re always on the verge.