Thursday, December 6, 2012

Memories must take time, 
and the choice of a memory always means
 that a negative choice is made not to use the time another way. 
We are finite, and in our finiteness and limitedness 
we can never choose to do something without choosing not to do something else.  
There is usually the need to put aside ten other things to do one special thing.
Edith Schaeffer
What Is A Family

2 comments:

Pieces of Sunshine said...

Lovely quote Cathy and it's so true! Beautifully illustrates with your photo.

wayside wanderer said...

Beautiful picture and quote and just perfect for this time of year when there are so many choices to be made.

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