Sunday, March 7, 2010


You never solve your problems by blaming other people. (Warren W. Wiersbe, Chapter-by-Chapter Bible Commentary, p. 56)

A spiritual person is comfortable with the idea of having teachers, observers and divine guidance available at any time. (Dr. Wayne Dyer, Real Magic, p. 41)

No one is exempt from failing. ... Fortunately, failure is not fatal. It does not mean you are substandard - only human. What you learn from your failure is what really counts. (The One-Year Mini For Men, 3 March)


I skipped a day of posting yesterday. We were busy visiting with Cyndi at her apartment. There's renovation going on in the building hallways and inside of her apartment. Things are a mess and there doesn't seem to be an end in sight. It's very stressful.

In the evening I watched part of the 1937 Walt Disney classic, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. I also watched part of the Rounder Records 40th Anniversary Show on PBS. Before I turned on the TV I never considered it would be another episode in the nearly constant "Begathon" of WETA. I was somewhat disappointed as the last 45-minutes of the show progressed because it became apparent that the program really wasn't a 40th anniversary concert. It was several shows pieced together into what was probably about an hour program which took one and a half hours to watch with all of the begging for money.

Mr. Dickie
7/Mar/2010 8:35

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