I dont think that this is an isolated thought. I feel the same way and always have. I am sure there are billions of others also.@Cajunboy wrote:“I can never read all the books I want; I can never be all the people I want and live all the lives I want. I can never train myself in all the skills I want. And why do I want? I want to live and feel all the shades, tones and variations of mental and physical experience possible in my life. And I am horribly limited.”
31 Re: The path not taken. on Sat Dec 19 2020, 13:06
32 Re: The path not taken. on Sat Dec 19 2020, 13:29
To me, all this emphasises the importance of getting the most out of our experience - which is unique to everyone. Nobody else can live our lives, see, hear, feel, touch or smell what we each do, whether that's good or bad. We are individually unique and that should be celebrated.
34 Re: The path not taken. on Sun Dec 20 2020, 11:38
When you've finished the hoovering, relax with The Ink Spots. This one's rather appropriate for Wanderers supporters.
35 Re: The path not taken. on Sun Dec 20 2020, 14:23
I don't suppose I'd bother if I didn't care
36 Re: The path not taken. on Mon Dec 21 2020, 10:01
The opening riff to this is the original cowboy riding a horse tune. I havent heard this song before. They cant make music like this anymore.@boltonbonce wrote:When you've finished the hoovering, relax with The Ink Spots. This one's rather appropriate for Wanderers supporters.
37 Re: The path not taken. on Mon Dec 21 2020, 11:49
Here's one that could have been written for WBA's new manager.
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