Insanity Is...

2004-1-30 06:05:00

Ron writes:
Someone once said; "insanity is having too many thoughts in succession or dwelling on one thought for too long". My witness here is that there are way too many thoughts in succession amongst this group.

Interesting definition of insanity, but I would trend to think that the truth is the other way around. Often times the insane person does not have enough thoughts in his head and cannot dwell on any one thought for any extended period.

Perhaps the most popular definition is that that of doing things using the same methods over and over and expecting different results.

Here's one more I would like to add.

Insanity is when a man speaks at all when asked by a female: "Are my thighs too big?"

Ruth asks if the twelve books will be completed by 2012?

Hard to say, but they should be pretty far along by then. The world will not end in this year as many think.

Good to see you posting again JWK. I thought your post on truth was quite profound.

"Your most brilliant ideas come in a flash, but the flash comes only after a lot of hard work. Nobody gets a big idea when he is not relaxed, and nobody gets a big idea when he is relaxed all the time." Edward Blakeslee