May 15: Thoughts for the Day

The moment you know something to be true, the instant you are certain of anything, become skeptical of your ability to distinguish fact from fiction.  There is a lie hidden somewhere in almost every truth. Certainty closes minds and repels real knowledge.

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"Love not what you are but what you may become."― Miguel de Cervantes
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8 Responses to May 15: Thoughts for the Day

  1. Trisha says:

    Just noticed in listen to this video Juan, Diana resembles Giulietta Masina, but in a younger version. At least I think so.

  2. Trisha says:

    Oh God, Nights of Cabiria! I’m crying now, and its only the music! Verdammt Flores! 😉

  3. juan says:

    Oy, I don’t speak Spanish….only German! LOL! Been getting my film class ready…..lo and behold I just got this one in the mail! Nights of Cabiria ! I’ll be watching it tonight….and getting ready for lots of tears. Wahhh!

  4. Trisha says:

    Estoy de acuerdo Juan. Get dabbling! Ha!

  5. juan says:

    Trish….you’ll love the streaming Pervert’s Guide to Ideology; I saw it three times! More later to you; I owe you a long letter, Trish. Been so busy lately, and good letters need a good pensive mood with just a dab of scotch, as well as time to put it together. 😉 Will likely write this weekend

  6. Trisha says:

    This was a great video, Juan! What a view! I have streamed Netflix, must look for these two.

  7. Excellent! Thanks, Juan, I will find them and watch.

  8. juan says:

    John, these are two films you must see. Relates (I think) to your comment: Pervert’s Guide to Ideology (on Streaming Netflix) and Pervert’s Guide to Cinema. Both are directed by Sophia Fiennes.

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