I never really understood why knights needed such large swords... ;)
I would say "they don't" but you'd call me a liar.:P
I was merely commenting on the picture "frozen" in the middle of this video. Seems a bit disproportionate, IMO. I know, must be Lancelot envy.... ;)
There is NO Lancelot.I'm certain of it.
There is NO Lady of Shalott either.I'm certain of it.
I regret that last statment.There is a Lancelot in everyone.I wish your words didn't hurt so much.
No, what you said was true, just as there are no nihilists, as actual nihilists would commit suicide the moment they came to believe in nihilism.We can only aspire to not being hypocrites who unlike myself, spew a constant stream of moral hyperbole.
Nobody here but us sad Quixote's... ;)
No, what you said was true, just as there are no nihilists, as actual nihilists would commit suicide the moment they came to believe in nihilism.-------Good point.We can only aspire to not being hypocrites who unlike myself, spew a constant stream of moral hyperbole. ---------It's so easy to be a hypocrite, though, isn't it?Moral hyperbole aside (I'm so sick of it...), I'm amazed at how many times each day I catch myself being a hypocrite.
See? I think I did it just then!:Psigh.......So, what's left?If we can't point out areas for improvement, we're frozen. heh. frozen. get it?Anyway, I suppose the best thing to do would be to not focus on the short-comings of others. how dense am I??
It's what we are. Actors playing a part... if not for others, then for ourselves.And yes, perhaps we should focus on improving ourselves, and leave others to their own consciences......but now what am I saying? And stop having all this fun.... ;)
...to one day stop staring out the window and watching the comings and goings of Camelot.To focus upon the tapestry in front of us, and not curse the tedium.THAT would take a very strong and self-reliant person. A nearly "in-human" one.Ah, but I would envy such a self-fullfilling soul. The overflow from their cup would likely drown the world.
And yes, perhaps we should focus on improving ourselves, and leave others to their own consciences...------It's not about leaving others "alone", rather not being the skillet upside the head.I just repeated what you said, but with the emphasis on not isolating oneself.Yes, to find beauty in the minutia...so noble.Still, there's something about the coming together of people, giving and taking, that adds beauty to daily life.I wonder if self-reliance is even possible?
Well I gotta run. Have a great evening.
No. The whole is so much greater than the sum of its' individual parts. The individuals that contribute to family and community... reap so much of the grace that is given.One can never be totally self-reliant. We can never hope to fully cloak ourselves in that golden fleece...
It's always good talking to you. :-)