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Saturday, October 15, 2011

lot of word


A day in the life of a word, A lemmas is formed somewhere in the ether of our mind. It struggles to find a way into the world. Was thought given to where it might go? Who will see it? Who will read it? Who will hear it? It is just a word. Can it be found on a written page or flying through air like a hawk or a dove. Will it be carved in stone? “A word once spoken cannot be put back” Horace. “To be or not to be” William Shakespeare.  How many words will leave the lemmas today? Where will they go? Will they be found in battle? Will they be found healing the sick? Will they build a new world? “I think therefore I am” Rena De carte.  “Give me liberty or death” Patrick Hennery. “We the people” Thomas Jefferson.


Today I read a guest post that spoke of the signature we close with.  Written by Susan Deborah and posted on Corrine Rodrigues http://www.everydaygyaan.com/2011/10/joy-always.html web site.  I have given some more thought to this and will tell a little about mine. There was an entertainer back in the late fifties and early sixties who end his performance with these words “Thank you and god bless” it always made me feel good when he said it because I knew he meant it.  His name is Red Skelton.  Here is a little bit of Red.



My picks for today:

To quote Red Thank you and may God bless

3 comments:

Leah Griffith said...

I loved Red Skelton! Good morning Roy! Pass the coffee;)

Alpana Jaiswal said...

I liked what I saw...Thank u for sharing this one...and i love your choices.

Jan said...

I grew up watching and adoring this man. He was one of my dad's favorites,dad had a thing about church but he loved God and his country. Red Skelton was an awesome gentle man. Thank you for this.

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