Day 3513: Significance/Insignificance

Today’s significant Daily Bitch Calendar is about insignificance.

This reminds me of a conversation about over-responsibility I had with Mia of MiAlisa salon on Saturday …

… in which I told her about a significant phrase I find useful: “We are neither as important nor as unimportant as we fear.”

Do you see significance or insignificance in my other images for today?

As usual, there is significance and insignificance in the National Days.

I’m not sure how significant it is that I’m close to 30,000 followers on Twitter, but I wrote a song about it anyway (using a significant tune written by Steve Winwood and Jim Capaldi).

Whatever your thoughts and feelings are about insignificance/significance, they are significant to me.

Thanks to all who help me create the insignificant and the significant entries in this daily blog, including YOU.

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5 thoughts on “Day 3513: Significance/Insignificance

  1. Thank you for significantly adding to my life, Ann.

  2. I see a significantly lighter head on someone’s shoulders!

  3. I think it’s very significant that you keep writing songs. I know they make my day significantly better. Also since today is Honor Our LGBT Elders Day I think it’s significant that we’re less than a month away from the 40th anniversary of the film Poltergeist. Zelda Rubinstein, who stole the movie even though she came in late, did a lot of work to raise awareness of AIDS in the early ’80’s at great cost to herself. Her bravery and hard work remain significant to this day.

  4. I love the significant/insignificant distinction. sometimes it’s hard to tell which something is. such a fine line. I think it all depends on the perception of the individual and can be very personal. I find it interesting and significant that you can use nacho Doritos to start bonfires ,and others may find it insignificant, for example.

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