It’s funny, we spend such a small amount of time in this crazy messed up world. Yet we always find ourselves letting it slip away in such a preposterous manner it’s uncanny. Too much we dwell on the past, on issues that when you look back weren’t all that much of an issue and for what??
“So many people get involved with carrying grudges and having these moral battles with people, where they cast themselves as the righteous and the other guy is the dirtbag. They waste tons of energy on it, create all kinds of darkness around themselves and the other person. It gets you nothing.” – Stephen J Cannell
Standing on the edge of Camber beach, gathering my thoughts. One of my favourite spots for taking photos.
This place has offered me so much through the years; from romantic walks along the beach, different activities with sporting clubs, great days out with the guys and making many memories and new friends as a child.
It’s also a really good place to kick back, relax and have a bit of a re-evaluation of life!
If you’re ever in the area on a nice day I would highly recommend a visit, just be careful the sea is a dangerous place in these parts.
– The Bloggerman
So I recently unearthed a little gem called Poor Richard’s Almanac, by Benjamin Franklin, a collection of periodicals were issued from 1732 to 1757. They contain humour, information, and proverbial wisdom. Some of the quotes seem really ahead of their time, definitely a high recommendation!
“If you would not be forgotten
As soon as you are dead and rotten,
Either write things worth reading,
Or do things worth the writing.”
– Benjamin Franklin, Poor Richard’s Almanack 1738
As the years pass me by and I grow ever wiser, these words seem to be truer than ever, which is sad to admit.
“Don’t believe everything you hear: Real eyes, realise, real lies!” – Tupac Shakur
– The Bloggerman