Month: February 2016

  • An owl calling

    Bird Droppings February 29, 2016 An owl calling Last night I woke for a few minutes as it turns out I forgot to turn on the ceiling fan. While up I stuck my nose out the door perhaps intuition who knows when wandering about the house half asleep. Deep in the pines an owl called […]

  • Is it about random acts of kindness?

    Bird Droppings February 27, 2016 Is it about random acts of kindness? I was a bit later than I planned to get started this morning. I have a long day of writing for school and personally today. I got up this morning and my son’s faithful dog decided I did not need sleep late. He […]

  • Doing what you love is not really work

    Bird Droppings February 26, 2016 Doing what you love is not really work “To love what you do and feel that it matters, how could anything be more fun?” Katharine Graham It seems I learn something every day as I wander about the internet and books I find along the way. My life’s journey the […]

  • Looking for data in a data-less environment

    Bird Droppings February 25, 2016 Looking for data in a data-less environment I read earlier this morning a dialogue of sorts from a young man who is currently serving in the military. He is trying to decide on his future as he pieces together in his dialogue options and possibilities not just in his immediate […]

  • Dissipating embers can rekindle a fire

    Bird Droppings February 24, 2016 Dissipating embers can rekindle a fire Most mornings weather permitting I will sit out and spend a few moments meditating in the corner of our back yard currently over grown with local plant life and in bad need of a mowing. For several years I have used a bit of […]

  • Listening to my doctor

    Bird Droppings February 23, 2016 Listening to my doctor Somehow for nearly fifteen years I have written and produced Bird Droppings, inserting into Word Press, Facebook and in the past yahoo groups and an email list of people wanting to read Bird Droppings. Even on days I have been away from computers usually within a […]

  • Hearing an owl

    Bird Droppings February 22, 2016 Hearing an owl “If you observe a really happy man you will find him building a boat, writing a symphony, educating his son, growing double dahlias in his garden. He will not be searching for happiness as if it were a collar button that has rolled under the radiator.” W. […]

  • Pondering about a Sunday thought on religion

    Bird Droppings February 21, 2016 Pondering about a Sunday thought on religion I sat on a bench at the Georgia Square mall yesterday listening to Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young’s, Four Way Street. I was resting from my walking while my wife was shopping. I have been saving my pennies lately in a new effort […]

  • It is only a dropped feather?

    Bird Droppings February 20, 2016 It is only a dropped feather? “If we consider the eagle feather with its light and dark colors, we could argue that ‘the dark colors are more beautiful and, therefore, naturally more valuable,’ or vice versa. Regardless of which colors are more beautiful, or necessary, or valuable, the truth is […]

  • A series of paradoxes and bewilderment

    Bird Droppings February 19, 2016 A series of paradoxes and bewilderment I received the following in an email back a few days, a friend of mine sent it out and as I read the first time it was humorous. However as I pondered then as a teacher I read deeper into what was being said. […]