Look Somewhere Else

Although ordinary language doesn’t cover it all, it covers all that is ordinarily required.



On this one young, developing world, as things began to separate into conflicting factions, such as the categories of “religion and science,” “faith and fact,” and the like, one group declared that they should all resist this inclination, and after a bit they did realize some success in their efforts, but also began to lose the ability to talk.



A man who doesn’t look ahead, or backwards, can, of course, always look somewhere else.



For those who say the worst is yet to come – the worst is yet to come.



If you ever wondered who stood the better chance of becoming famous and admired, an intelligent, strong person, or a weak whiney one, wonder no more.



Drawn by the light of our camp fire last year, and after hearing some of our affairs discussed, a visitor said to me, “Is this not like a search to find that too dear to use?”