This shall be the last post that will be titled “The Monday Muse”.
Congratulations to all who dared enter the greatest contest in the world.
Starting next week, The Monday Muse becomes Monday Meditations. You’ll meet the winner in a few days. In all likelihood, it will be an experience you will never forget. Why? Well, if I told you, it wouldn’t quite as much of an experience, now would it?
In the meantime, let me rant about my new title. Monday Meditations took some time to grow on me. But then I got it. This feature posts songs and quotes to fire up creativity. You slow down to do that, ideally. Odds are, you think. Think = meditation. Bam!
Let’s give this a try.
SONG OF THE WEEK…
“Concerto for Mandolin in C Major RV245” by Antonio Vivaldi
While the word meditation is in your head, and the connotations of peace that go with it… chill to the Red Priest. There’s something about those plucking strings that soothe my troubled mind. This is the go-to song if you ever need to get relaxed and wise so you can solve the meaning of life.
QUOTES OF THE WEEK…
“A poem begins in delight and ends in wisdom.”
“By three methods we may learn wisdom. First, by reflection, which is noblest; Second, by imitation, which is easiest; and third by experience, which is the bitterest.”