Monday, 5 March 2012

Monday; feeding the brain cells;

A paradox is a logical statement or group of statements that lead to a contradiction or a situation which if true defies logic or reason, similar to circular reasoning. Typically, however, quoted paradoxical statements do not imply a real contradiction and the puzzling results can be rectified by demonstrating that one or more of the premises themselves are not really true, a play on words, faulty and/or cannot all be true together.

 The word paradox is often used interchangeably with contradiction.

For example, "Fair is Foul and Foul is Fair" or "When the battle's lost and won"
in Act 1,Scene 1.  Shakespeare.

...Nothing is
But what is...

In the big picture, nothing matters;
for the individual everything matters;

Don't give your brain cells a rest, they will quickly wither, dissipate to dust! 

I found that many people are superficial; they can not or will not think beyond their perspective.

The question; how to think rational when the brain is occupied by nothing else but  trivia,  emotional fragments and debris?

Do not take this to serious, it is Monday, did I say Monday?

© TS


  1. Well, that's limbered me up, ahead of a visit from the grandchildren.

  2. Debris here on most days.

    Have a wonderful Monday, Titania

  3. Thank you Martin, I hope not to much!

  4. Carla, no I don't think so with a garden like yours!