Where were we before we were rudely interrupted? Ah yes the 12 previous Wednesday Wisdoms.
So why, how, and what about my Wednesday Wisdoms are on my original round up- here.
An iconic bit of film, and one with a great quote. Then again it does sum up my feelings about religion and what not.
I was going through a foodie theme at the time, and Oscar Wilde’s quote jumped right out to me. There is something calming, especially at this time of year, that eating a good meal has.
Taking the time to stop and consider is something that William Morris was looking to extol on to people. Not just his fine furniture and art work. I have to say visually it’s one of my favourites.
The first multilingual entry, with help from Belov’d. The only language it wasn’t said in was English- but I find it fascinating! It took ages to shuffle it all together.
Camus walks us through the darker side of beauty. Autumn is just as beautiful as Spring, like moths and butterflies.
To celebrate Ophelia hitting and the general issues of what happens when you get something wrong. Even if you were working off of respectable information.
Few people are as notable when it comes to mysteries as Sir Conan Doyle. A lot of horror and mystery relies upon some kind of imagination. What would life be without it?
A bit of word play from the man that invented spell check. It’s the word play that has helped develop the likes of spell check and how it’s used.
A wonderful quote, something that I think many people aspire to a little monotony and straightforward life. Then again, I don’t think I mind a bit of adventure now and again!
Celebrating Georgia O’Keeffe and her work on her birthday. Georgia’s approach encouraging us to be more in the moment, to realise that the there is something about being and enjoying the present. Like flowers.
Nothing inherently deep about this one. I just think it’s true, to find out a bit more about yourself you need to be by yourself. Travelling alone is one of the easiest ways to find this all out. I’d really recommend it if you’re able to try it out.
Waiting for my phone to arrive, made me very very very impatient. So in an attempt to make me realise that I’d get there eventually, I thought to have a little theme of patience. And my ongoing love for Gaiman helped out!
So that has it for the moment. I know that we’ve continued on past the 291117 but due to that internet outage. Writing this up requires a bit of internet connection, but we should get back on track.
Let me know if there are any you particularly liked, or even if you’d like to suggest anything either. See you tomorrow for the next edition!