“Of all the liars in the world, sometimes the worst are our own fears.”
― Rudyard Kipling, (30 December 1865 – 18 January 1936) “The Collected Works”
~ ~ Grouchy ~ ~
True. Except it’s not a ‘fear’ when they really ARE lying to you.
Can you always tell the difference, though. THAT is the question.
Only when obozo’s lips are moving.
My all time favorite is, “It isn’t paranoia if they REALLY ARE trying to kill you (or destroy you)”
Kipling. Required reading in HS English Lit. But I still got along with him better than most.
I got hooked on his poetry, when I was in Jr. High. There are things now, that have a whole ‘nother outlook, than when he wrote them, i.e., “Gunga Din”. Still, much of his work is timeless, and relevant for all ages.
Are you aware that a bunch of his poetry is set to music?
Leslie Fish (a real nut-cake) and Michael Longcor have both put out tapes/CDs of Kiplings music. Some is available at FIREBIRDARTS.COM
Thank You, VM,,, No, I was NOT aware of his poetry set to music. I’ll have to check that out!
I’m afraid my fears might be telling the truth.
IF they are telling a truth, then work to change the truth~! It CAN be done, and it all starts with the individual, CW. And it spreads from there.
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