Tag Archives: John Godfrey Saxe

The Head And The Heart: John Godfrey Saxe

The Head is stately, calm and wise, And bears a princely part, While down below in secret lies The warm, impulsive heart. The lordly Head that sits above, The Heart that beats below, Their several office plainly prove, Their true … Continue reading

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The Blind Men And The Elephant: Perception

There is never just one way to look at something – there are always different perspectives, meanings, and perceptions, depending on who is looking: It was four men of Indostan To learning much inclined, Who went to see the Elephant … Continue reading

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