Think Before Interrupting

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Talk ought to be sacred because it is so light, so tenuous, so trivial, if you will; so frail and easy to destroy. Cutting short its life is worse than murder; it’s infanticide. It’s like killing a baby that’s trying to come to life. It can never be restored to life . . . . A good light conversation can never be put together again when it’s broken to pieces; because you can’t get back all the pieces. The Paradoxes of Mr. Pond, by G.K. Chesterton … [Read more...]

3 Meaningful Truths to Embrace Wildly This Year

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By Wendy Murray1.  Don't InterruptTalk ought to be sacred because it is so light, so tenuous, so trivial, if you will; so frail and easy to destroy. Cutting short its life is worse than murder; it’s infanticide. It’s like killing a baby that’s trying to come to life. It can never be restored to life … . A good light conversation can never be put together again when it’s broken to pieces; because you can’t get back all the pieces.G.K. Chesterton, in The Paradoxes of Mr. Pond   … [Read more...]

Hail the Poets! Salute the Lunatics!

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Welcome to my world! It is a glorious, upside-down landscape where clouds are mountains and trees hang downward as if baptized in wide blue sea. Can you see it? Take your time. If you need to, stand on your head.The blog title arises from one of G.K. Chesterton’s most astonishing and yet little known novels titled The Poet and the Lunatics (Darwen Finlayson Limited, 1929,1962). The book’s protagonist is an artist named Gabriel Gale, who steps in to assist local police in solving a bizar … [Read more...]


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