Thought of the Day: Tucking in

If your shirt isn’t tucked into your pants, then your pants are tucked into your shirt. The statement “If your shirt isn’t tucked into your pants, then your pants are tucked into your shirt.” does not make sense. The statement is a logical fallacy called a false dichotomy. A false dichotomy is an argument thatContinue reading “Thought of the Day: Tucking in”

Quote of the Day: Difficulties

“Difficulties strengthen the mind, as labour does the body.” Lucius Annaeus Seneca Lucius Annaeus Seneca, commonly known as Seneca the Younger, was a prominent figure in ancient Rome. He lived from approximately 4 BC to AD 65 and was a philosopher, statesman, and playwright. Seneca was born in Cordoba, Hispania (present-day Spain), and later movedContinue reading “Quote of the Day: Difficulties”

The Sage x-rays his cat

In his little hut, The Old Sage sat,With his faithful feline, a plump and lazy cat,He gazed at her with his wise old eyes,And pondered upon her inner guise. The cat purred contentedly on his lap,As The Sage stroked her fur with a gentle tap,He wondered what secrets lay within,What mysteries hid beneath her skin.Continue reading “The Sage x-rays his cat”

This Day in History: May 16th

Here are ten interesting events that took place on May 16th throughout history: These events represent a diverse range of historical, cultural, and technological milestones that have occurred on May 16th over the years. Thank you for reading my writings. If you’d like to, you can buy me a coffee for just £1 and IContinue reading “This Day in History: May 16th”

Joke of the Day: Friday’s freight of festivities …

Went for a check-up and asked the Doctor, “Do you think I’ll live a long and healthy life?” He replied, “I’m not sure, Mercury is in Uranus right now.” I said, “I don’t believe in any of that astrology nonsense!” He replied, “Neither do I. My thermometer just broke.” I once went for a jobContinue reading “Joke of the Day: Friday’s freight of festivities …”

The Sage and the Mouse

There was an old Sage so wise,Who had a friend of a small size,A little mouse, with eyes so bright,Who visited him every night. The Sage would share his cheese,And the mouse would nibble with ease,They’d sit together, side by side,And enjoy the cheese with great pride. The Sage would tell the mouse his tales,OfContinue reading “The Sage and the Mouse”

Joke of the Day: Sunday’s saucer of saucy sardine secretions

I just changed my computer login password to ‘Alcatraz’ and now the ‘Esc’ button won’t work? My wife left me because of my addiction to touching pasta. Now I’m feeling cannelloni… Gandalf came into my shop and asked “Do I get any money off for having this big stick?” I said, “No I’m sorry, weContinue reading “Joke of the Day: Sunday’s saucer of saucy sardine secretions”

Advice of the Day: Judgment

Good judgment comes from experience, and a lot of that comes from bad judgment. The quote “Good judgment comes from experience, and a lot of that comes from bad judgment” means that making mistakes and learning from them is an important part of gaining wisdom and developing good judgment. In other words, experience is oftenContinue reading “Advice of the Day: Judgment”

Quote of the Day: Brevity

“Do not say a little in many words but a great deal in a few.” Pythagoras Pythagoras was an ancient Greek philosopher and mathematician who lived from around 570 BCE to 495 BCE. He was born on the island of Samos but later founded a school in the city of Croton in southern Italy. PythagorasContinue reading “Quote of the Day: Brevity”