Marty Rubin is back with some characteristically poignant, Zen-inflected aphorisms. I’ve blogged about Marty’s aphorisms before (click here to read that post) and for more of Marty’s musings, check out his blog: Out Of Context: Pieces of a Life.
No one can think clearly who thinks only with their head.
The moon is always full, though you can’t always see it.
Rain or shine, the cicadas find something to sing about.
When you win an argument, what do you win?
The world makes sense to those who don’t try to make sense of it.
Not trying makes everything easy.