Categories Asides Everything is Hitched Post author By Matt Post date May 8, 2017 5 Comments on Everything is Hitched “When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.” — John Muir Share this:Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Related ← Exploiting Democracy → Rules for Standards 5 replies on “Everything is Hitched” “you can do anything, not everything” David Allen “Unlucky in cards”. What a strange tagline for your blog. Especially since you have been lucky in cards. What do you mean by that? Maybe you say this in a prior post, but then again, you don’t seem to have an archives widget on your posts, so I wouldn’t be able to find out. Also your blog footer credits say “Proudly powered by WordPress & Jetpack.” Is this a WordPress.org blog? I had been under the impression that WordPress.com blogs didn’t need Jetpack because you had those native features without needing the plugin. In fact, when I activated your Jetpack plugin on my blog, I believe your pitch was “get all the features of WordPress.com!” Of course, most people won’t notice these details, but one should be an anal perfectionist about every detail, right? This particular site is hosted on .org, so I run Jetpack on it to get all the latest and greatest. 🙂 Everyone and everything is interconnected in this universe. Stay pure of heart and you will see the signs. Follow the signs, and you will uncover your destiny. Jeff, Who Lives at Home I was just wondering if you have also seen the TED talk from His Holiness Pope Francis? He kinda explains the above quote his way in the first minutes of the his TED talk. The part of the talk I liked most was when he talked about tenderness and parents sharing the same level of communication like their ‘bambini’. And now I just came around this litte heart-touching Alike short film. and it’s so hitched to the above (photo) and also WordPress -logoblue dad-, Jetpack -green backpack-, and the -sunyellow- son … and and end … 🙂 Comments are closed.