Darkness in Confusion

Me:  There are moments that are filled with darkness and confusion.
Anne Austin:  Confusion is an often too subtle sign of paranoia.
Me:  That doesn’t help me, thank you very much.
Syd Field:  Confusion is the first step toward clarity.
Me:  You really think so?
Salvador Dalí:  The important thing is to sow confusion, not eliminate it.
Me:  Forgive me, Salvador, but I prefer not to live in confusion.
Ana Frank:  I simply cannot build my hopes on a basis of confusion, misfortune and death. I think peace and tranquility will return again.
Me:   Thank you, Ana. I agree with you.
Eric Weiner:  A confused mind is one that is open to the possibility of change.
Me:  I hate changes!!!
Baltasar Gracián:  There is much to know, there is little to live, and you do not live if you do not know. Man without news, world in darkness.
Me:  Ummm, I don’t know. Sometimes I wonder if it’s better not to know... the happiness of the ignorant.

I miss meetings and conversations with my friends. I don’t like these new ones, which I found on the internet. 😉

5 thoughts on “Darkness in Confusion

  1. My wife and I have good friends we were used to meet at least a couple of times each month, to chat, to visit an exhibition, to work and evaluate our projects. Or simply to stay together.
    It’s more than one year we do not meet…
    Life in covid time.

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