Thursday, March 31, 2011


entering a new phase striking out on a new path expanding horizons starting something new beginning an adventure going on a journey heading into the unknown
being spontaneous
living in the moment letting go of expectations doing the unexpected acting on impulse feeling uninhibited surprising someone feeling carefree
having faith
trusting the flow staying open letting go of worry and fear feeling protected and loved living in joy recapturing innocence believing
embracing folly
accepting your choices taking the "foolish" path pursuing a pipe dream being true to yourself taking a "crazy" chance trusting your heart's desire
1760 England : " first of April some do say, is set apart fort All Fool's Day.  But why the people call it so, nor they themselves do know."
That kind of sums it up.  For no particular reason we play pranks and spread false rumors once a year for the fun of it.  As a child this is a great day.  You can play a prank on absolutely anyone (including a grown up) and actually get a laugh instead of a scolding.  It's a good idea.
My favorite definition of a fool was in the Urban Dictionary : A clumsy or stupid person who is pitied by Mr. T.
Some good quotes referring to fools:
Better a witty fool than a foolish wit.
William Shakespeare
A fool and his money are soon elected.
Will Rogers
The wise man does at once what the fool does finally.
Niccolo Machiavelli

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