Friday, March 17, 2006

Last quote about change

Ralph Waldo Emerson was always one of my favorite authors to teach. Once the kids got into the transcendentalists, there was often no turning them back...as if I would want to.

Here is the last of my quotes on change:

Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.

3 comments:

Gail said...

I like it Jules! Thanks for all the fun quotes this week. And all the other nice things you do.
Gail

Pam in Moncton said...

Thanks for all the quotes this week. Good things to think about.
Pam

Ruth said...

Been reading you blog and catching up. Must say I love your line "and I wouldn't go back to be "young" again for all the tea in China" - I may be "only" 40 but I hear you on this one. I dont want to go back to young ever, too painful. As for the changes, well I am not so happy either and found the upset on the SSMB a little too overwhelming. I understood what they were saying, it was what we were saying too. So I have not really been active anywhere. Want to keep with the EBs and the Monkeys and leave it there. The EBs will by EBs no matter what the board. As for change, I dont want to be told what to change, what to feel, what to think or where to go. Some ladies get so cranky about people expressing their feelings and just let fly dont they. IT really is the 'pot calling the kettle black' - I am loving these tea sayings. You keep quoting, as for the party - when was it?