Friday, June 12, 2015

Uncertainty's Universal Antidote

A  L  O  H  A !

We all have to live 
with uncertainty.
This is the basis of all religion,
philosophy, and politics;

Ultimately it is the test
of our Mature Humanity.

Linking to
Weekend Reflections

I have discovered
a Universal Antidote
to the problems of uncertainty:
Kindness today,
Kindness tomorrow,
Kindness forever!

What more poetic times

Pan - All
Akos - Healing




Theriac -

" Ah, great it is 
to believe the dream 
as we stand in youth 
by the starry stream; 
but a greater thing 
is to fight life 
through and say 
at the end, 
the dream is true! "
                Edwin Markham

Thank YOU!
            fondly, cloudia

"Mithridatium and the related product Theriac were both regarded from the time of their original formulations in the 2nd Century BC and the 1st Century AD respectively, until the mid 18th Century as universal panaceas. Any failure of these products to achieve the desired therapeutic result was attributed to defective composition or manufacture. "  Link


eViL pOp TaRt said...

Kindness is both blessed and therapeutic. A panacea for the soul.

TexWisGirl said...

kindness is a wonderful thing. :)

Teresa said...

Actually Comfort Spiral blog is the true panacea!

Charles Gramlich said...

A lot of folks don't handle uncertainty well.

Felicia said...

the sky image is amazing.

William Kendall said...

Kindness is ideal, but sometimes elusive.

Elephant's Child said...

I have often said that love and laughter are the foundations of my world. Thanks for reminding me that kindness is the cememt which holds them together.

Cloudia said...

Thanks for your kind reception today, friends!

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

You gotta believe!

Indrani said...

Wonderful quotes to start the weekend. :)
Great pics.

Nancy Chan said...

How we all need to show and receive some kindness.

Kay said...

Uncertainty still makes me nervous though. I love your little bunny and other little creations you have on your posts. All I'm good for is :- )

Jim said...


Betty Manousos said...

wow, that first picture of the sky is incredible! amazing~