There is this funny thing about life that happens – it gets in the way of itself.
There is no rhyme, no reason, no logic and no sense of sense.
Blaise Pascal, the famous French mathematician said,
“Le cÅ“ur a ses raisons, que la raison ne connaÃ®t point.”
In other words,
“The heart has its reasons, which reason does not know.”
In 1989, Bruce Hornsby wrote “The End of the Innocence” where he said,
“Remember when the days were long and rolled beneath a deep blue sky,
Didn’t have a care in the world with mommy and daddy standing by,
When “happily ever after” fails and we’ve been poisoned by these fairy tales…”
… and dreams of Disney, The Grimm Brothers fairy tales and Barbie dolls came to mind, slightly behind the cursing of Jane Austen and Elizabeth Gaskell shortly thereafter.
It’s an interesting dynamic how the world works: the fine line between what we are taught to believe, forced upon us by society, and what truly exists.
In work, in relationships, with friends, lovers and foes – it’s that loathsome, self-depreciating torturous loophole in the human psyche where we contribute to the deterioration of our own control.
In 1949, Walt Disney said [Read more...]