and Emerson spoke . . . The best tunes are played on the oldest fiddles

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“I survive another day, with home.
This too shall pass “Write it on your heart that every day
is the best day in the year.”

~Ralph Waldo Emerson

 

 

 

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3 thoughts on “and Emerson spoke . . . The best tunes are played on the oldest fiddles

  1. AMEN TO ALLAH AND EVERY OTHER GREAT PROPHET’S SON & DAUGHTER, I say, “this has been the very best time of my life’, to someone somewhere as I said everyday,, almost unless I just wish I was dead, but those days are passing and I can’t see them anymore, and when I say it, gosh darn golly gee wiz, I men it! We live to love. We love to live.

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  2. Hold your horses. Hahahahahahahah! Did he really say that? [“I survive another day, with home.

    This too shall pass “Write it on your heart that every day
    is the best day in the year.”

    ~Ralph Waldo Emerson]

    The reason I ask is because I am a fiddler and my instrument broke and age is now a moot point since I don’t have a song to play. :) RWE was a wonderful man. Alas,, I knew him well … (sure), and he had a remarkable love affair with his man that lasted until the end of their days. I love that. I met Christopher Isherwood and his lover, an artist, Don Bacardi, at a Hollywood day light gathering when I was 18. I thought, “who the heck is this guy?’ Later of course, I was to discover, I am a Camera etc, Cabaret, and i also thought, “Together for 50 years. That opened my eyes to the truth about the nature of love and its source.

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