Diggs’ Place of Quotes for Everyday Life
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Rhunette promises original quotes, creative anecdotes and insights as well as selected quotes on a variety of topics, just a sample: (added: 4/20/08: I hope these explanations help the reader to see that the quotes are not out of a brilliant mind as much as a sensitivity to what the God created spirit has placed in me and “grown me up” to attend).
Each heading represents the space, impetus, source, or location of the quote. These are organic quotes. That is, they happen while living my everyday life. I feel to document some explanations or promptings for the “quote” as I experienced them.
FROM THE ACCUMULATED LIFE OF R. C. DIGGS
And that’s why we can’t become insulated in academia and alienated from our God (first love), Family, and Community. Amen R. C. Diggs (in response to a Chronicle of Higher Education article entitled “Higher Education is Drowning in Bullshit: And It’s mortally corrosive to society” by Christian Smith, 1/9/2018)
Thrills are dangerous whether feel good or feel bad when we make the mistake that this is a reasonable goal to pursue every day. –R. C. Diggs June 26, 2007
(While attending a CSCC Adjunct Faculty Advanced Learning Program, August 2007) Pursuit of excellence is healthy. Pursuit of perfection is neurotic. Do we have any perfectionists in here? — R. C. Diggs
Be open, open to what? If you’re too open-minded, your brain might fall out. You must have an opinion about something – R. C. Diggs (now is this my thought or did I get it from somewhere? I must research on this February 21, 2006) (prompted by article: “Teen Driving mixed with Disobedience, Dating, and Competitiveness leads to Disaster (Cols Dispatch News article title 2004-2006)
KNOW OUR KIDS ARE EAGER TO DRIVE–BE RESPONSIBLE IS THE MESSAGE!! THIS ARTICLE SENDS A PAINFUL MESSAGE!! TELL THE TEENS THE TRUTH!!