John G. Sutton is an author, poet and philosopher as well as being a gifted clairvoyant. Here are a selection of his philosophical thoughts:
It is said that as you sow, so shall you reap. Makes perfect sense; you can not expect to pick peaches if what you planted were potatoes.
What is the power of love: consider Shakespeare’s characters Romeo and Juliet in death; thus with a kiss I die. Parting is such sweet sorrow.
It is often said that within each of us there is a book. Now is your time to write the next chapter.
Don’t listen to those that tell you your ambitions are an impossible dream. If you have the strength to dream you have the strength to do.
I have seen the eternal footman hold my coat and snicker. Have measured out my life with coffee spoons. There will be time for you too.
A boy cut down a cherry tree and when he was asked if he did it he replied ‘I can not tell a lie’ But he could chop trees.
Progress is made not by standing still contemplating ones navel but by sailing forth on your sea of troubles and discovering your destiny.
It must be accepted that to move on from anywhere it is essential that you know where you are proceeding from and how you got there.
There are no riches to be found on the stock market. A friend’s handshake, a lovers kiss, a child’s smile, God’s currency, your true wealth.
Sometimes saying absolutely nothing is far louder than shouting as it allows the subject to adjust the volume.
When we are born we cry that we have come to this great stage of fools. However we must interpret our parts, this is not a dress rehearsal.
When all around is total chaos and everyone is blaming it on you, stand still, take a deep breath and remember this: Time Passes.
Become fully aware of your current location, orientate yourself into the present position. Once you know where you are now, move on.
There is a path less traveled by, if you take it things will never be the same again. If you don’t, things will never be the same again.
Within our minds there is a silent voice that speaks the uncomfortable truth we decline to hear, until the bell tolls.