Tag Archives: Philosophy

Value

Sometimes the water has all kinds of stuff in it; leaves and sticks, slimy green stuff, dead bugs, live bugs. Sometimes it’s been baking in the summer sun all day, just a shallow layer at the bottom of my dish. … Continue reading

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Perspective

  From my perch on Earth, looking up into the sky, the turkey vulture is the same size as the Moon. Eyes can only look.   Chuy

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Thinking

    Sometimes, thinking is just not what we need. Let’s walk.   -Chuy  

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One

    Hey, I’m just one dog. It’s all I can be. It’s all I can do. That needs to be enough because it’s all I have. I don’t waste any time thinking about what I’m not.   How about … Continue reading

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Nothing

    Know what Shoulda, Coulda and Woulda did? Nothing. Let’s go.     -Chuy

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Improvement

      It’s like Jack Nicholson said to Helen Hunt in As Good As It Gets. “You make me want to be a better person.” I can never thank you enough, dear friend.     Paz

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Silence

  Embrace silence. Not the sorrow born of isolation, But the  Serenity born of Solitude.   -Chuy    

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Naturally

Many of the laws of Dog Nature can be applied to or interpreted for humans. Many of the laws of Human Nature could never exist in a dog. Thankfully.   -Chuy

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Boundless

    We must always be bound somewhere. Bound for adventure or bound for glory. In the great wide world, Your own back yard, Your mind and spirit. We must always be bound for somewhere, Otherwise, we are simply Bound. … Continue reading

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Whole

    It’s better to see all of one side Than to  Half-see Half of each. Chuy

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