Here's a bluebird on the Kootenay Plains. I mention birds in my opening sentence so it is tangentially related to today's post. Mostly I just wanted to run a pretty picture.
The sun is shining, the birds are singing, and it’s Twofer Tuesday time again.
I’m currently reading the second of two books my FIL lent me on curing heart disease. I’m tickled silly about it because I’d never heard of either of them and they’re fascinating and useful.
This week’s sentences are from Dr. Dean Ornish’s Program for Reversing Heart Disease, by Dean Ornish, M.D. (Ivy Books, Ballantine, 1990 and 1996).
In a chapter on opening your heart he looks at expressing feelings as opposed to thoughts and judgments. The two chosen sentences:
I’m getting toward the end of A Fly on the Wall, but I still managed to cobble together something.
Here the mirror is on offer at a community garage sale. A young child is talking to it. The second sentence is the mirror’s response.
“‘You’re not a person. You have to be a person to speak.’
‘You’re very limiting. Why are you right?’ ”
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