Monday, November 06, 2006

To Correct Natural Indifference


To correct a natural indifference I was placed half-way between misery and the sun. Misery kept me from believing that all was well under the sun, and the sun taught me that history wasn't everything.

~© Albert Camus~

3 comments:

stuck-in-duck said...

you have a remarkable way of blending images with words. if one didn't have back-woods knowledge of
the poke plant to know that there comes a time when it changes from the tender deliciousness of youth into the miserable toxin of maturity, then i wouldn't know the deepness of your thoughts.

Lloyd said...

gorgeous, and glad I dropped by to find that we're not in kansas any more :-)

SmileyTD said...

Hello, Stuck-in-Duck. Thank you very much for your thoughtful comment. I greatly admire the fact that you understood the true meaning behind my post. That can only mean that you are also a very deep thinker. Hope you will return to my blog again. :)

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Lloyd!! How are you?? Great to see you, as always. Thank you for the compliment. And, of course, when I found that audio clip, I just KNEW that it had to go on my blog. LOL It is very fitting. Don't you think?! :P Hope all is well with you.