Tart: a word with many connotations



“A sense of humor… is needed armor. Joy in one’s heart and some laughter on one’s lips is a sign that the person down deep has a pretty good grasp of life.” —  Hugh Sidey

In these troubled and tumultuous times it is a great survival skill to hone a personal sense of humor. Will Rogers was known for his own personal brand of humor that inspired his cadre of listeners during troubled times.I chose to go out on a limb today with this article and look at the many diverse definitions a simple word may possess. It is not my intent to offend but to look at life through a pair of kaleidoscopic lenses and discover new meanings to mundane things. — gc

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Quote of the week: The Bhagavad-Gita calls on humanity to dedicate body, mind and soul to pure duty and not to become mental voluptuaries at the mercy of random desires and undisciplined impulses. -- Mahatma Gandhi

8 Comments on Tart: a word with many connotations

  1. Wonderful post Gerry! I, for one, share your enthusiasm for finding humor whenever you can and without offending. I believe most people appreciate humor more than constant negativity. Keep it coming my friend! 🙂

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  2. Thank you Gerry, we still need this humor!

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  3. A homemade strawberry tart with double Devon cream. Perfection.


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