The further one travels, the less one knows.



18 Comments CherryPie on Mar 2nd 2014

18 Responses to “Cherie’s Place – Thought for the Week”

  1. Hmm… I don’t know about that…

    Lovely photo. Very inviting. It looks rather like the walk by the golf courses in Kinross, but I’m fairly sure it is not.

    • CherryPie says:

      It is one of the walks at Cragside.

      I am sure it is a place you would enjoy visiting. So many aspects to see and a nice tea shop ;-)

  2. …and if I had read the tags I would have known it is not…

  3. Natalie says:

    We’re going to Sri Lanka at the end of this month. I will become less knowledgeable!
    Just kidding! I love and understand that quote. :)

  4. Lisl says:

    This really appeals to me – I can’t resist a footpath sign, Cherie

  5. Ginnie says:

    It’s like the more answers one gets the more questions pop up, Cherry. Indeed.

  6. Astrid says:

    I totally understand the quote, there is so much truth in it.
    Great shot with the footpath signs.

  7. Claude says:

    I never met Lao-Tzu. But he must have sneaked into my house, 15 years ago, and read the sign I had just put on my wall. It said, very sadly: “I know too much to know so little.” In a way, it’s exhilarating. It keeps me on my toes. But, at times, I just don’t want to pack my bag again and go on another road. Although the one you offer, here, looks very inviting. May I use my scooter?

    • CherryPie says:

      I think it is a perfect pathway for a scooter. I am imagining the leaves swirling around as you venture to what lies behind those trees…

  8. james higham says:

    … or the more one realizes the nuances.

  9. james higham says:

    … and running out of time to do it.