Old Notes

LIFE: THE Plato:May I do to others as I would that they should do unto me.” (Greece; 4th century BCE)

Socrates:Do not do to others that which would anger you if others did it to you.” (Greece; 5th century BCE)

Seneca:Treat your inferiors as you would be treated by your superiors,” Epistle 47:11 (Rome; 1st century CE)

Do Unto Others as You Would Have Them Do Unto You”: Frederick Douglass’s Proverbial Struggle for Civil Rights

Your planet is ascending. You are experiencing the transition.

From the Book – Poems of Life The acts of men sometimes come so kind And with such love do well express, yet The deeds of men sometimes come so mean And with great disgust is well despised. These conflicts unresolved for times, Someday, somewhere resolves to meet. Between the times of history gone, And the evolutions of future come The present presents a balance point In a mixing grill of settlement, where Deeds and events do take their toll In resolutions of investments made. Mishap could be just a fair reward, As life fortune is investment gained. Opportunity could be just a means, As occurrences are results obtained. The pendulum swings to and fro, Just as the clock ticks, tock and tick. What goes on around and again, Does come back again and around Good or bad, it’s all our choice, For all our thoughts and acts today, Are investments in the big game plan Of this unfinished business of life

 

Life Is A Vacation At birth we started a long vacation Some vacation becomes too long Some there duration very brief Whether long or brief we still vacate The schedule starts at infancy Some schedule are tight and others very loose However we accomplish only what’s destined On this vacation we climb mountains And make a descent of valleys These are the contours of life For it is filled with ups and downs Life is a serious vacation Where success and failures combines Where some turns out wise And others remain perpetually foolish And another category remains on the fence This the vacation of life

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