Thoughts and More Thoughts

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Contemplative Moorings

I recently posted several little nuggets in a “Thought-a-day” blog on Goodreads. However, a minuscule view count resulted from those efforts, so I have decided to discontinue that blog and repost the best of the lot here, and perhaps in the future post more bite-sized contemplations here as well. Enjoy!

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Virtue belongs to us all;
Vice is yours or mine alone.

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Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery?
Perhaps imitation is the most honest
form of envy.

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Love transforms a stranger into family.
There is nothing more magical than that.

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Modesty is praying for
rather than demanding
greatness.

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Instead of rearranging deckchairs
on the Titanic, perhaps we can
drop them into the ocean.
Then our misplaced priorities
will at least survive us as Darwin
could never have predicted.

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Things are only random
until you understand ’em.

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Copyright 2015 by Michael Marsters.
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