Cliches are a dime a dozen. Throughout history, millions have been coined and used. Some have endured the test of time better than others. Do you have one – or more – that you’re particularly fond of? Share them with the world on Wednesday.Also heard on Catholic Radio.
October 12, 2022 at 12:22 pm
“Yes. But. . . .” I have no idea what this means
“It’s just that” As near as I can tell, it never is
October 12, 2022 at 12:51 pm
It is what it is” I heard a great commentary on this cliche: We forget the other half of this saying, “It is what we make of it”.Meaning: In the conclusion, we, individually make a conclusion not necessarily what is real fact-but how “we feel”, and there lies the difficulty and consequence,
If one base everything on feelings we will most likely always be disappointed.. We tell ourselves ” How does this make me feel?” and then come to a conclusion on how to proceed, not thinking about others but on self.
What would happen if we considered others, making a conclusion or decision you included their feelings before ourselves? This is not easy in the world we live that bombards us with self interest, is it?
October 12, 2022 at 1:00 pm
Liked the show. I had another idea for a light topic show. I was driving and listening to todays broadcast and passed a church sign that read “Fall for Jesus, he never leaves.” Church sign sayings. God bless.
October 12, 2022 at 3:57 pm
We love the idea, Terry. It’s now on the show calendar for Monday, November 7.