Thursday, March 31, 2011


Non stick spatulas for sale - “"Truer words were never spoken -" Ah, but true words leave hearts broken! Truth is only for the wise - Lovers ought to stick to lies”

A short story by William Saroyan is titled "The Man Whose Wife's Hair
Was Too Long But Whose Understanding of Music Was Too Short." If you
think the title strange, listen to this:

In the story, a husband plays the cello and never changes notes. He
just continues to repeat the same note without variation.

His wife is driven to distraction and finally protests: "Why do you
play the same note over and over and over again? Other cellists play
different notes."

"Other cellists play different notes," her husband replies, "because
they are trying to find the right one. I've found mine."

Ahhh, the beauty of finding your note! I think I could like him.
Finding your note is something like finding your purpose in life or
landing where you need to be.

Philosopher James Allen advised, "Above all be of single aim; have a
legitimate and useful purpose, and devote yourself unreservedly to
it." He could have said, "Find your note and stay with it."

I believe that is an important part of being happy. Like Helen Keller
says, true happiness is attained "through fidelity to a worthy

In music, staking your claim on one note will drive everyone around
you nuts. But finding the right note in life, and giving yourself to
it, can be a source of unending joy.

From Lifesupport

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