Your #Aphorism of the Day: time changes meaning…

Words do not change their meanings so drastically in the course of centuries as, in our minds, names do in the course of a year or two. Marcel Proust Welcome to Zena’s aphorism month! Read more about why I’m celebrating aphorisms (as well as five facts you really should know …

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Your #Aphorism of the Day: convictions are worst than lies…

Convictions are more dangerous foes of truth then lies. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche Welcome to Zena’s aphorism month! Read more about why I’m celebrating aphorisms (as well as five facts you really should know about aphorisms): here.

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Your #Aphorism of the Day: what is heredity?

Heredity is nothing but stored environment. Luther Burbank Welcome to Zena’s aphorism month! Read more about why I’m celebrating aphorisms (as well as five facts you really should know about aphorisms): here.

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Your #Aphorism of the Day: when elephants fight…

When elephants fight it is the grass that suffers. African saying Welcome to Zena’s aphorism month! Read more about why I’m celebrating aphorisms (as well as five facts you really should know about aphorisms): here.

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Your #Aphorism of the Day: when a writer’s work speaks…

The author must keep his mouth shut when his work starts to speak. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche Welcome to Zena’s aphorism month! Read more about why I’m celebrating aphorisms (as well as five facts you really should know about aphorisms): here.

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Your #Aphorism of the Day: bad language is a whore…

My language is the universal whore whom I have to make into a virgin. Karl Kraus Welcome to Zena’s aphorism month! Read more about why I’m celebrating aphorisms (as well as five facts you really should know about aphorisms): here.

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Need to improve your love life? Read YA! It’ll explain Gen Ys too.

Why reading young adult literature keeps me sane, and in love… A short time ago, I was talking to an intelligent and creative group of Gen Ys, all in their late teens and early twenties. We were out celebrating at a club (yes, I know, at my age!) and they …

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