Tag: George Bernard Shaw

  • Can we add color to a gray world

    Bird Droppings November 9, 2011 Can we add color to a gray world In recent days I have been taking brilliant color photos and converting to duotones or simply black and white often with striking results. It was several nights back I had been having a series of vivid dreams or visions some might say. […]

  • The Day after

    Bird Droppings November 2, 2011 The Day after “Age is an issue of mind over matter. If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter.” Mark Twain I find myself using age to my advantage when the little girl at the register at Kroger asked for senior citizenship or not. I carry my AARP card with pride […]

  • Trying to clear my head

    Bird Droppings September 20, 2011 Trying to clear my head “The hands will solve a mystery that the intellect has struggled with in vain.” Carl G. Jung I have been a fan of Carl Jung for some time. Many teachers know some children will learn so much faster when the hands are engaged as well […]

  • There is a reason I am told

    Bird Droppings August 31, 2011 There is a reason I am told “The purpose of life is a life of purpose.” Robert Byrne I have often wondered about this thought as have so many before me and will after I am gone. Philosophers wonder and wise men ponder, is there purpose, a reason for each […]

  • Listening intently to a buffalo snort in the dark

    Bird Droppings August 1, 2011 Listening intently to a buffalo snort in the dark “She lifted me up to be embraced by the breeze as she spoke to the wind: “Please recognize this child. Sometimes you will blow strong, sometimes you’ll be gentle, but let him grow up knowing the value of your presence at […]

  • A buffalo snort in the dark

    Bird Droppings June 4, 2011 A buffalo snort in the dark “Life is no brief candle to me. It is a sort of splendid torch which I have got a hold of for the moment, and I want to make it burn as brightly as possible before handing it on to future generations.” George Bernard […]