Three Days, Three Quotes: Day Three

3 DAYS, 3 QUOTES (DAY THREE)

The Secret Keeper has invited me to participate in The 3 Days, 3 Quotes Challenge. It has taken a while for me to get around to replying, but that does not mean I am ungrateful for the honour, and now here we are at last. If you are unfamiliar with her site have a peek. You will discover a vast range of interesting reading, viewing and listening. Think, feel and even respond with creativity of your own.

The rules for the 3-Days, 3-Quotes Challenge are:

…..1. Thank the person who nominated you. (See above. 🙂 )

…..2. Post one fresh quotation on three consecutive days.

…..3. On each of the three days, nominate three folk who have not yet taken part to continue the challenge.

Today’s Nominees are:

…..New Hampshire Garden Solutions

…..Read Between the Minds

…..Baydreamer

Today’s Quotation

“The mind is dependent on its history, deeply buried in its culture, and still more deeply embedded in a frequently hostile body; and the isolation which afflicts it is neither splendid nor Promethean, but simply the petulant loneliness of an invalid. …

… The sad thing, or course, is that, aside from bodily contact, language is the only instrument of communication we have, but depending upon it is like leaning on a reed.”

– Thomas Stumpf.

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About Ben Naga

Pilgrim on the lam. Please feel free to explore the links to learn more. I trust you will find some things there will have been worth the effort. See you there.

Posted on January 6, 2016, in Not A Poem At All and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

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