The Road not Taken is populary mistakenly called The Road Less Traveled because of the line, "I took the one less traveled by and that made all the difference".
Here's the speech I delivered awhile ago during our Toastmasters meeting. This is the first of my advance speech module. Enjoy!
For me, the most memorable scene in the movie is the part when the men and their families attended the ceremony and signed the resolution. They really took it seriously and held each other accountable. The Resolution reads:
I am always in the hunt for a good book. This book has been referenced to in one of the seminars I attended. Since then, I've always been curious about it. I could not find an epub copy and so I bought the actual hard-printed book. I know it sounds so "jurassic"! I always loved the smell of ink on paper. It makes me feel geeky and happy holding one. ^_^
In today's homily, the priest introduced his talk with the paradox of life. The paradox of life is written by someone unknown. It tells of the present time. It warns us of how we busy ourselves with so much of what we deem "important" that we forget what is truly essential. Read on.
This book was the perfect gift given by my close girl friends during my baby boy's last rite. I am guessing they did not know what to tell me because no note was written on the front page where you usually place little memo. I appreciated it. Several words were uttered that I am sure were meant to be comforting but those words made me feel otherwise. Silence was better. When I got home, I started reading the first few pages but did not have the strength and composure to continue. So, I dropped it.