Tag Archives: wisdom
FMM 9 18 2020 To Gather
“Imagination is more important than knowledge.” ~ Albert Einstein. My father-in-law was a special man. He was famous in his district for being a straight shooter, he called things as he saw them. If you knew you had done something wrong, or foolish, you avoided him, for he didn’t joke to point it out. He […]
FMM 8 23 13 More Questions than Answers
“The mind is not a vessel to be filled, but a fire to be kindled.” ~ Plutarch For some people, the purpose of going back to school is to obtain a piece of paper, some kind of documentation to improve your job opportunities. For others, it is a way to prove something to yourself. Perhaps as […]
FMM 8 9 13 That your days may be long upon the earth.
“Do not regret growing older; it is a privilege denied to many.” ~ Anonymous This week it so happens that I was presented with stories, stories from the elders. My father used to collect stories. On one occasion he was visiting the sick bed of Mr. Baker, a retired policeman in Chapelton. Mr. Baker was […]