"The death of dogma is the birth of reality."
Immanuel Kant, Philosopher
This is a great planet to travel, if it weren't for a class of human being, the damned trouble makers-zealots and maniacs.
That suicidal terrorists can strike is something to weigh as travel plans are made, but we hear more frequently "we can't change how we live or they win."
Heroism can be mustered up in small ways, like courage to live undaunted. Living unfettered of worry, fear and paranoia is no small thing when we do it together. Fearlessness and stoutheartedness are powerful responses.Valor can be an attitude, too. Refusing to dwell on the what if, frees us. After all, it is our freedom the zealots and maniacs target. Determination and spirit can make us gallant to live as we wish, to live free.
"The tragedy of man is what dies inside him while he still lives.
Reverence for life is the highest court of appeal."
Albert Schweitzer, Doctor, philosopher, humanitarian
Can you see me?
Joy on a romp in our paperbark tree. Almost hidden.
See you down the trail.