Experience never errs. Only your judgement errs by promising itself results which your experiments didn’t produce. Leonardo da Vinci, 1452 – 1519 We are occupied with the fulfilment of goals and plans. These are healthy and give us purpose, but the expectation of their outcome leaves them unsatisfactory when finally completed. My advice will be […]Read More Chasing Expectations – Drabble
Originally posted on An Artist’s Path:
They said she was wacky and a bit “too much” too cheerful, too silly, too animated, too wound up. She was a dreamer, an artist, a writer, a poet, a mystic. But try as they might they could not dim her light. Now she haunts the blogosphere where weirdos unite!
“When I use a word,” Humpty Dumpty said, in rather scornful tone, “it means just what I choose it to mean – neither more nor less”. Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll. by Peter Dawe. I am endlessly fascinated by words and nuances. As a lawyer, I am part scientist, part artist […]Read More HUMPTY DUMPTY
These five words are what popped into my head during a creative writing exercise back in high-school during English class. It has been sitting in my writing journal ever since, but I always wondered as to the validity of such a statement. Is it not rather a statement of half-truth (or for that matter a […]Read More Writing Journal of a Scientist: Absolute Nonsense Comes From Ignorance