I’ve been meaning to start “the Fool Sez” series for some time now, so—as those of you who know me can attest—since I qualify for that title, I thought I’d write the first installment of “The Fool Sez” for this Christmas season.
What! Another master tuning frequency for music? Why would we need another one? besides, how could you tell any one was better than another? Well, come on in, Sparky, and find out.
A while ago I wrote a post about Harmful Opinions. It was about going off half-cocked without knowing the whole story, and it concentrated on family and personal relationships. Misunderstanding results, bad choices are made, and people’s feelings are hurt.
This is true enough, but recently I’ve come to realize that taking the opinions of others as your own beliefs can have much more serious consequences.
Is hoping that something good will happen in your life a substitute for acting to make something good happen? All too often it is, but the good news is, we can do something about it. Hope makes us momentarily feel better about the circumstances of our lives, but it doesn’t actually change them.
I’ve recorded a brand new song that’s now available, called “Waltzing the Few.” Read about why it’s so special and take a listen.