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  • 25 Sep 2014
    Language is confusing - I'm not referring to foul or abusive language but just everyday spoken language. I was with a group the other day and this subject can up. It brought to mind that if we're taught a language other than what we speak we don't get the whole picture. Language is like a virus it evolves. For example we can read a book written one hundred years or more and understand it. Yes, there maybe some words we'll have to look up in the dictionary but we can understand it. But the fashion or style it's written in is not how we speak. Another example is I can read a newspaper from another "English" speaking nation and understand most of it but not all - the idioms are different from place to place. Just though I'd get that written - deep thinking?
    1430 Posted by Mary Grace
  • 14 Dec 2009
    Some people evidently love labels - they just throw them around. Thinking back I 've been called everything from gay, commie to just plain stupid. Does that bother me - yes. I'm being judged by people who aren't qualified to judge. That's my thought for the day.
    1321 Posted by Mary Grace
  • 03 May 2015
    Lately I've been questioning myself about my painting. I have always painted what I see or what I feel like painting. I'm not a commercial artist -I don't make a living painting. I just do it for self satisfaction. Recently I've been looking at other people's painting and they are making a statement or expressing their feelings in their work. That idea shatters my concept of why I paint - should I express my feelings? Do I have anything to say? Does anyone care about what I think. Should I care about what others think?  I don't express my opinions openly for fear of getting things thrown at me....or some such reaction. I think I might try it but what if I become an outcast?  I think I have always been the "odd person out." So, I think I'll start expressing my opinions about my life, my community, my country, politics and possible religion. I'm not certain about religion because that really rattling the cage - so to speak. Well I glad I got that off my chest and I appreciate the opportunity to.....?
    1280 Posted by Mary Grace
  • 31 Dec 2009
    I realize there is a difference between speaking and writing. When speaking the listener can interpret what's being said by watching body language, facial expression and also listening to the tone and loudness of voice. The written word can be easily misinterpreted. Unfortunately, the reader applies the written word to their own demeaner and sometime completely misses the train of thought of the writer.Perhaps this has been a problem from the time mankind started writing things down. I understand that Plato didn't like writing because it would stop people from memorizing. Maybe language is going through the same transition with the advent of texting and tweeting. We'll see.PS I neither text nor tweet. Guess I'm a misanthroupe
    1235 Posted by Mary Grace
Society Girl's Personal Blogs 595 views Dec 25, 2016
2017 RESOLUTION

Normally I don't make New Years resolutions but this year I'm afraid I have to, to keep my sanity.

As my Mom used to say -- is going to Hell in a handbasket. You can fill in the blank with whatever you like. The town I live in is all a mess. They think small while making believe it's a big deal. The state the town is located in is very busy fighting over who can go to the public restrooms. The nation is in big trouble. The "electorate" has chosen the wrong people to run things on a promise to make big changes. Unfortunately the changes that are going to be made are all "smoke and mirrors" as my Dad used to call false promises.

So my resolution is to start talking to anyone who will listen. Maybe I can get them to see the light of truth and maybe they will talk to others and start the ball rolling for a better tomorrow.

Happy New Year

 



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