Sunday, February 27, 2011

How To Avoid A Fall

"No bird soars too high, if he soars with his own wings."
William Blake


  1. It's like listening to the inner voice. If you just listen to your inner voice, you won't make mistakes.

  2. Beautiful quote. That's why I do not like "Jonathan Livingston Seagull". A seagull should always fly like a seagull, and a hawk like a hawk.

    Bismarck had no ghostwriters. His speeches are in excellent german.

    @ Tanja, there is no unfailing inner voice, as there is no perfection in nature.

    But nevertheless your guiding idea is valid and very good, since the best mistakes are those made hopefully, willingly and knowing that we might mistake, like Guglielmo Marconi did when he challenged with mere hope the knowledge of his contemporary physicists. Creating the foundations of our world.