Less is more, did you know?
Enjoy a traditional Scottish ballad, featuring the Appalachian Dulcimer.
“…long ago in the quiet of the world, when there was less noise and more green…”
It would be a ridiculous and unwarranted presumption on our part if we imagined that we were more energetic or more intelligent than the men of the past- our material knowledge has increased, but not our intelligence. This means that we are just as bigoted in regard to new ideas, and just as impervious to
Something to ponder as you go about your business today, wondering where your car keys might have ended up this time.
One theory that seems to have considerable merit is that the earliest Dennys were Vikings or North Men…
The great problems of humanity were never yet solved by general laws, but only through regeneration of the attitudes of individuals
“A still infantile man of thirty is surely to be deplored, but a youthful septuagenarian—isn’t that delightful? And yet both are psychological monstrosities.”
‘Perilous to us all are the devices of an art deeper than we possess ourselves.’
From “Aion: Researches into the Phenomenology of the Self”