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Where is the truth (veritas)?

2012.07.07
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A Once Supposed Truth
by Dinosaurs in the Flowers

A once supposed truth
is always breaking down somewhere,
with someone.

A little boy interested in dinosaurs
finds out they evolved into birds
and are all around us.

He watches a chicken outside and says,
"I do not want to eat dinosaur eggs
this morning mom."
15 Comments
breizh ... "In vino veritas" ... ;-))
breizh · 2012-07-07: 03:48
helys Lol !
Great details,
Thanks
helys · 2012-07-07: 04:07
Lsample Great post!
Lsample · 2012-07-07: 05:06
InaLina Haha fun :-)
InaLina · 2012-07-07: 05:07
Unchained Neste momento, em Portugal, já não sei!!!!
Unchained · 2012-07-07: 06:26
mazpics Great shot!
mazpics · 2012-07-07: 10:59
nynkeb The truth seems to depend on, the where the wind comes from...
Love the "dinosaur eggs" ;))
nynkeb · 2012-07-07: 12:18
JustmeG Hahahha...what a sweet little story :) I like that you chose a weather vane to illustrate the complex answer to the question...
JustmeG · 2012-07-07: 13:57
josy63 Hé,hé ! la vérité n'est peut-être qu'un mensonge vu, perçu, ressenti, voulu de manière différente... Elle va peut-être pour certains, avec le sens du vent !! Allez savoir !
Jolie question ! Jolie photo Antonio :)
josy63 · 2012-07-07: 14:55
inawe Great post.That story is so sweet. I recently came across a quote " There are no truths, only stories ". It made me think about the truth of that ;)
inawe · 2012-07-07: 15:25
TIM927 it seems that truth depends on wind,,, every day in a different place,,
TIM927 · 2012-07-07: 16:07
TIM927 btw I remember when I took my son to a dinosaur museum, they told him there that chicken came from dinosaurs, he never tasted chicken the same lol, he loved dinosaurs!!
TIM927 · 2012-07-07: 16:08
globetrotdreamer Oh this reminds me of my uncle doing his Sunday radio programs for the local church in my hometown. It's called 'Radio Veritas'. Interesting poem to go with the photo. I often see roosters (apparently evolved from dinosaurs) on top of weather vanes. :P
According to history, when the romans became Christians they started using roosters for windvanes, and so the bible goes: "Before the cock crows twice, you will deny me three times" (Mark 14:72).
globetrotdreamer · 2012-07-07: 22:56
Melusine Great post!
Melusine · 2012-07-08: 03:06
liveandletlive I just love this Antonio! Wonderful mood.
liveandletlive · 2012-07-11: 11:34
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