(Note: I have deleted the post "Thoughts From Deep in the Well." This post contains several of the same thoughts.)
I've figured out that my granddad's $6000 salary would be worth about $60,000 in today's money. Makes you wonder what his code of ethics would be worth in today's morals.
At the end of the day, Mother Nature has only one question for us: "What life did you nurture today?"
Despite some famous examples to the contrary, if you can say "new" and you can say "clear", then you can say "new clear."
It is seeing ourselves in others that often prompts the remark, "There's something about that person I don't trust."
After 5000 years of recorded human history, you wonder, "What part of 2,000,000 sunrises doesn't a pessimist understand?"
"It is the abiding faith of mortals that mortality is a temporary condition."
~ Robert Brault