Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Fingerprints

Oprah always asks, What's one thing you know for sure?

What I know, as said once before, is that "No one can tell you your fingerprints are made wrong."
But what I meant was - You are unique in all of time. No one will ever have your same voice-print, fingerprint, DNA, brainwave patterns, or heart.

When you make a work of art, or a poem, it has never been seen before. It is something new under the sun.

No one can say you, or your art, is made wrong. (If they do, here is a handy retort: Up Yours. Feel free to use it often as may be necessary.)

So, what is one thing YOU know for sure?

10 comments:

Angel-Star said...

It's not as easy as it sounds, I know.

roseyone said...

hi...what i know for sure is ????

Angel-Star said...

ok, rosey, i really want to know what you know! anything...

Old Kitty said...

I know for sure that it's autumn, nearly winter and it'll be Christmas soon! Yay!
:-)

Take care
x

Ruby said...

I know for sure that I am here and now. I don't know where I will be tomorrow. Or, if I will be.
But I know while I am here I will prevail.
I know I can trust my children implicitly.
I know there is a 'reason' for the path I have travelled...I just don't know the reason.
That's enough...I guess I don't really know very much for 'sure'.

Anthony Duce said...

I like what you know and your words… Very good advise.
I know I’m enjoying being here at the moment, planning another day.

Angel-Star said...

merry merry old kitty! beautiful, ruby. amen, anthony.

Ralph said...

You just bring me joy. I posted a poem on my blog today and it has been suggested I do it more often with othere artworks. Now I hae listened and gues what I have just said to myself, up yours Ralph not a good idea.

Ralph said...

And oh I forgot the one question you asked me. The one thing I know for sure I aint any good at writing poetry.

Angel-Star said...

oh my gosh Ralph, you are too funny...i will go and read your poem and i'm sure it is grand! ("up yours" is only for our detracters, never for ourselves, surely!)