Posted by: Admin | May 5, 2011

Words of Wisdom and Tracks of my Years in One –


I had to share this snippet of wisdom, lifted shamelessly from the blog of a project50 regular, OF, whose willingness to comment has enriched this blog. (By the way, I thoroughly recommend an hour or two perusing OF’s blog, Old Fool’s Journal, especially if you are interested in bicycles, environmentalism and/or kilts, amongst other things. ;-)) Where was I? Oh yes, those plagiarised Words of Wisdom:

“Before you criticize someone, walk a mile in their shoes. That way, when you criticize them, you’re a mile away and you have their shoes.”


Isn’t that perfect? I’m still chuckling as I type. And just to make this benign mood last a little longer, here’s Louis Armstrong with the sublime “Wonderful World”. Bliss.


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