On the Contrary

Kiki : A “kiki” (alternately kiking or a ki) is a term loosely defined as an expression of laughter or onomatopoeia for laughing, which extended to mean a gathering of friends for the purpose of gossiping andApplication chit-chat.


The Story of the Black Sheep of the Family 

has a modern tweak called A Drive Down Memory Lane

Being a creative sheep of the family is not easy


Glasses Are Old - Time Mahoney

Sample the song by : Tim Mahoney Glasses Are Old

From GOT

“Incompetence should not be rewarded with blind loyalty” – Lord Varys

“A wise man once said you should never believe a thing just because you want to believe it,” Tyrion

“Are you trying to present your own statements as ancient wisdom?” Dany.

Shenanigans are in Purgatory

Knowledge is Power, Ignorance is Bliss

Bill of Health : Respect the right of patients and research participants to choose for themselves whether they prefer empowered knowledge or blissful ignorance.

“Joys impregnate, sorrows bring forth” – William Blake

Quite the Contrary

In the most uncoordinated way
The most sweetest Gesture ❤️

Look up and Define
Look Down and Action

What is SAID
What is DONE
And what is BELIEVED are three different things, even a whisper can be misinterpreted

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