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// Monday, September 24, 2012

Today's Tendril...

The stew of sixty-second hindsight is always simmering in the cauldron of the mind.

© Copyright 2012 Christopher V. DeRobertis. All rights reserved.

// Sunday, September 23, 2012

Tendrils 16: Then and Now

A selection of Tendrils from the past and the present.

 

Sin is a house of cards.

Conscience is a wrecking ball.

 

It's hard to be grey in a rainbow world.

 

The trouble with deciding between the lesser of two evils is that you're dealing with the Devil either way.

 

A good dreamer doesn't exhaust his possibilities. He is exhausted by them.

 

Q: What is successful multitasking?

A: Jumping among the middles of several things.

Q: What is unsuccessful multitasking?

A: Missing the middles and landing in the drink.

 

The firing line only matters when the bullets are real.

 

The snow dies.
    The God-green springs to life.
        Layers are shed.
            Hope loses its gray.
                Circles and cycles are here to stay.

 

In order of appearance, Tendril 1 from "A Batch of Tendrils," (Copyright 2012 C.V. DeRobertis), Tendril 2 from "Tendrils: Variations on a Grey Theme," (Copyright 2011 C.V. DeRobertis), Tendril 3 from "Tendrils 11," (Copyright 2010 C.V. DeRobertis), Tendril 4 from "Today's Tendril...," (Copyright 2009 C.V. DeRobertis), Tendrils 5-7 Copyright 2012 C.V. DeRobertis

© Copyright 2012 Christopher V. DeRobertis. All rights reserved.

// Thursday, September 20, 2012

Today's Tendril...

Warming up? thought the coach. More like winding down.

Last place has its detractors, both from the outside looking in and from the inside looking out.

© Copyright 2012 Christopher V. DeRobertis. All rights reserved.

// Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Today's Tendril...

Sometimes an empty belly and a full heart are good for the soul.

© Copyright 2012 Christopher V. DeRobertis. All rights reserved.

// Sunday, September 16, 2012

Today's Tendril...

Beyond the orbits of man, there is the gravity of God.

© Copyright 2012 Christopher V. DeRobertis. All rights reserved.