Wednesday, September 28, 2016

When I read the following quote by Jeremy Taylor, a 15th century Anglican Priest, I had to smile and, frankly, had to agree. 

 "Some of us come into the world without any other interest in the affairs of the world, but that they made their parents a little glad, and very sorrowful. Some come into the world and live a few years like a bubble, empty and gay, and shine like a dove's neck or the image of a rainbow, which has no substance and whose very imagery and colors are imaginary; and so he dances out the gaiety of his youth, and is all the while in a storm, and endures only because he is not knocked on the head or crushed by the pressure of a load of indigested meat." Jeremy Taylor

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