Daily Dose of Wisdom LXXXVII
The less you reveal, the more people can wonder.
Wonder is good for the soul. Go out and experience something.
March 7, 1923: Robert Frost's most well-known poem, Stopping By Woods On A Snowy Evening, was published 91 years ago today.
My Gram sent me this poem very many years ago in one of her written letters in her beautifully elegant handwriting. I still have that paper, now all faded and yellowed. It holds a special place for me. It proved that there were others like me out there, and for a ten year-old, that's extremely important.
So now i'll share it with you so that you too know... you're not alone.
“Don’t ever apologize for feeling emotion, it’s what makes you human."
Today's "wisdom" is more in the form of inspiration. A few weeks ago I found a fantastic YouTube channel, La Belle Musique, where they remix a multitude of songs into new genre spaces.
An example being "No Diggity" is now a smooth easy listening song that really is nothing like its parentage.
I have liked a few of my favorites below but you really can't go wrong listening to any of their stuff, it's all fantastic to work/write to.