My Window On The World

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Colleen and Ronovan invite us to participate in posting a Wednesday writer’s quote to inspire and promote a time to feel the wow in our lives. I’m a day late. I’ve increased my walking, and I out performed myself right into a fatigue slump. A nap restored me, but not my creative energies! So today this is my inspiration.


Assumption defined as noun: something taken for granted; a supposition: a correct assumption.

Assuming can be risky until proven false or true. As Asimov’s quote implies, I can periodically scrub my window clean and let the light come in. The light and the truth sets us free.

Isaac Asimov, 1920-1990, is a name of renown for his science fiction books. Worthy of note is the fact that his books are categorized in 9 of the 10 Dewey Decimal Classifications System. Therefore, his writing and knowledge encompassed all areas of learning.
In April 2012 I wrote a post about windows, Open Windows. I was looking out my window this morning and I remembered the time I was looking out a new window and wrote the post, Open Windows. I’m blessed that I always have a literal window, as well as a spiritual window. Throughout life I assumed many things because of preconceived ideas that proved to be wrong.  It was a happy day when I understood the advisability of scrubbing my windows clean to focus on ideas more in tune with living life in a positive joyful way.
 My window on the world from my desk in Clarksville, Tennessee where I live with my sister Martha Dixon Brice.
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7 thoughts on “My Window On The World

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