I intended to post about the Mars expedition of our remarkable satellite Phoenix, with a first-look at the pix and all, but something need be said and I'll be a mess if I don't just ramble on:
Sometimes I forget how human people are. How fragile they can be. I forget that I'M human or that just because I don't understand something completely, doesn't mean I've a right to spout about it as if I knew what it truly was. This may confuse many, and for that I wish I could explain, but one person will know where my heart is, and mind, and that for several months perhaps, I've been a bit "off" and that's putting it nicely. I've been a pain. With no excuse that counts.
To my mind, people are more important than issues or agendas, that must be right. Having people as friends, especially once you've truly made them, is integral to continued living and learning. Growing. Going out of one's way not to harm them is a priority no matter how unaware one might be of that harm. I'd say we all have alot to learn from each other, ABOUT each other.
I know someone who proffers wisdom as easily as telling a good joke. This is a person with infinite patience yet a stubborn streak that is almost endearing, though at first I didn't recognize the "dear". This is someone who seems to know me well, better at times than I do myself, which startles me when thinking on it. I thought I was my own expert. Have you ever done that?
To end this ramble I want to send you all my heart-felt appreciation that you visit here and read my ramblings, what interests me, my dreams, my poems, and yes, my collossal gaffes. For as I said, to be human is to be fragile; yet hopefully with each lesson, each turning point, we grow stronger and more decent for the knowledge of it.