Not diamonds, nor dominoes,nor people can be truly seen if the eye is too close. One must take a step back to appreciate how brilliant each of them is.
When things fall apart, they are actually falling together. Your friends will support you, but first you have to rise again yourself.
Dominoes requires attention to details and strategy to win. Unlike Checkers or Chess, Dominoes is non-violent. No pieces from one side are knocked out of the game so that the other side can win.
Strong individuals make a strong team; their work is solid. Those individuals others describe as ‘cards’ may be fun to be around, but when the wind changes even a little the team effort crumbles.
“Lean on me when you’re not strong
And I’ll be your friend, I’ll help you carry on
For it won’t be long
‘Til I’m gonna need somebody to lean on.”
The game of dominoes is won by the player who uses all of his ‘bones.’ So it isn’t what you leave behind, it’s what you’ve shared that counts.
A life well-lived is the result of simple aspirations: to be yourself, to enjoy what you do,to make time for friends. K-I-S-S…Keep It Simple, Students. Complications are tiresome, ageing,and unnecessary.
Dominoes always win the game by putting their heads together. Similarities count, but their differences move them forward.
Dominoes don’t fret about trying to change their spots. They use them to their advantage.
A domino’s importance comes from a sense of context and cooperation. The sense of self is given meaning within the group cohesiveness. A single domino can’t do anything on his own.