Insanity and Einstein

5 12 2008

As you know by now, I am a dog.  Fen The Dog Taxi by Fen BranklinAnd dogs are generally happy creatures.  They great each day as a new, anything is possible, day.  Things that happened the day before are forgotten, or ignored.  Sometimes, even if we have had a questionably successful day the day before, we repeat whatever we’ve done to see if the result might differ.

Take chasing squirrels for example.  Dog and Squirrel Note Card by R. NicholsYesterday I followed a squirrel for nearly an hour with no success in capture.  Yet, today, I plan to do the same–because, simply put: You never know. 

Dogs are firm believers that one’s optimism shapes their day, non e vero?  I believe this is the case for all creatures.

However, I recently discovered something troubling.  Apparently some genius named Einstein proclaimed that doing the same thing, over and over, expecting different results, is the very definition of insanity. Does God Play Dice with the Universe? - Deus joga dados com o universo? Einstein explica by Herodoto

A dog’s postulate differs.  And, because of it, a multitude of things too precious to count have been discovered.  Bone Yard by A guy with A cameraThe only credo that follows a dog, from the base of a squirrel laden tree, to the cupboard under the kitchen sink?Dog treats by ..Beci..

You never know.

Obviously, Einstein never had a dog…

Chow.Bone Time ...Again! by buikschuivers




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