Noggins

October 22, 2015

october2015-apples-11-small (1 of 1)“We can be as honest as we are ignorant. If we are, when asked what is beyond the horizon of the known, we must say that we do not know. We can tell the truth, and we can enjoy the blessed freedom that the brave have won. We can destroy the monsters of superstition, the hissing snakes of ignorance and fear. We can drive from our minds the frightful things that tear and wound with beak and fang. We can civilize our fellow-men. We can fill our lives with generous deeds, with loving words, with art and song, and all the ecstasies of love. We can flood our years with sunshine — with the divine climate of kindness, and we can drain to the last drop the golden cup of joy.”
— Robert G. Ingersoll

Apples and Pumpkins

October 7, 2015

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october2015-applesandpumpkins-06 (1 of 1)“Perhaps I knew nothing of love, but I knew that I had found it, and never wanted to lose it.”
― Peter May