Jack’s Jottings is a conglomeration of things I have found helpful, interesting, beautiful or just food for thought. Jack’s my name and I am as old as the Sydney Harbour Bridge. If you don’t know how old that is, read the book, “1932 Was a Hell of a Year” by Jerald Stone, will give you a clue and some idea of what was happening in that part of our world besides my birth.
According to the Bible I am past my use by date, but I do not want to dispute any books held sacred by other people. We can find good in every thing, if we are open-minded. We do not have to entirely believe, but there will be basic things that we can agree on.If we can find this meeting point we will be more tolerant.
Over the years I have found helpful advice on living a happier and more contented life in the most unexpected places. I am not interested in changing the world, these jottings are just to remind me life is wonderful as long as I remember some important truths and have a positive attitude.