A special moment in time ... meaningless, of course, except for the meaning that we give it.
But, then, all moments are meaningless except for the meaning we give them.
What meaning will you give this eleventh minute of the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month of the eleventh year of this century?
Hi Joyce, 220.127.116.11.11.11 -- I'm wondering if the 'meaning' isn't what counts. What matters is what we do with the moment -- meaningful or not.ReplyDelete
You've got me confused and thinking on this one! :)
Louise ... you're right, of course, it is what we do with the moment that counts ... but I think what we do with it each moment springs largely from the meaning we give it. If I think 11 11 11 is a sign of Armageddon, I'll go out and stock up on chocolate (or guns, depending on my mindset) ... if I think it's an opportunity to celebrate with friends and music, I'll find or make a party.ReplyDelete
Isn't this fun!
This is great...I know of a young lady who married on this day...I think their wedding was at 11 am also.ReplyDelete
Hi Lisa ... her husband should never have an excuse for forgetting his anniversary! ;-)ReplyDelete