Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Weak Tea Tolerance

A  L  O  H  A   from   Honolulu!
“Tolerance means 
excusing the mistakes 
others make. -













- Tact means 
not noticing them. ”
                      Arthur Schnitzler















The only clean, orderly,
mistake-free place
is un-populated.
How long
would you be
Happy there?

I ask myself,
all the time. . .

\/
`[&],
/\

Glad to see
You!
                Thanks, cloudia


11 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

i'd need populated by dogs, at least. :)

magiceye said...

Beautiful captures and wise words

Namaste /\ from Mumbai
Aloha!!

Small Kucing said...

Me too need populated place. ..but not highly.

Teresa said...

You're giving us some weak tea, huh? I guess I can tolerate that...

Nancy Chan said...

Oh Cloudia, I wouldn't be happy for long staying in an un-populated place...at least have some good company.

Elephant's Child said...

Some days unpopulated (by people) has a heap of charm. I would hate to give up the other animals, the birds, the plants and the sky though.
And drink rather a lot of weak tea.

Halcyon said...

Love that beautiful sunset! And your words fit perfectly. Thanks for sharing.

Fireblossom said...

That wouldn't be tact, that would be inattention. Tact is this: instead of saying "You stink!", saying "Let's open a window; it's such a beautiful day outside!"

Tolerance is putting up with grammar nuts!

eViL pOp TaRt said...

Wise advice. Tolerance is always likely to be a long term adaptive strategy.

Karen S. said...

Not for very long, Aloha and enjoy a day of golden sunlight and bring some back quickly, we have lots of snow to melt!

William Kendall said...

I would at least need cats!

Beautiful first shot!