Interesting quote, Linda. Thought-provoking!
having illusions is not such a terrible thing, except when you don't know that they are illusions.perhaps I'm talking nonsense, I seem to be changing the definition of the word 'illusion', but I like the idea of being able to have them yet 'have no illusions about them'.To make up for this ramble I am following you.
A very profound quote, and very wise. Often truth is hidden behind fantasy, lost in illusion. The task is in finding it.
Reality is over rated.
...And though it's hard to admit... I completely agree.D.
Talon- I thought it was too.Friko- Thanks for reading, and for the follow.Sam Liu- I agree!VetTech- Maybe, but sometimes it's all we have.Dulce- Hi, thanks for reading.
I had to really think that one out... very VERY profound!
Very profound indeed and considering I just came from Babs, very apropos.
Your quote-quotes are better and better. This one is really powerful and I do agree.I've fought tooth and nail to keep some of my illusions, only to discover I didn't really need them. You are right about "their loss being more like a life lesson..."
Katherine- The good ones are the ones that make you think.Jen- Yes, it is profound, and made me think, too.Sara- Thank you. It's interesting where you find those life lessons sometimes.
Wow, Linda. This *is* powerful. It's really like... the illusion just covers up the truth. Losing the illusion empowers you on so many levels. Thanks for sharing this quote.
Davina, Hi. I am so glad you liked it.
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