barking at the moon

barking at the moon

What does barking at the moon mean?
bark at the moon – To labor or protest in vain; to choose an ineffectual means to achieve a desired end, or to attempt the impossible, thereby making any effort futile by definition; also often bay at the moon. The phrase refers to the common practice of dogs to bay at the moon, as if to frighten or provoke it

barking at the moon – I’ve been “barking at the moon” lately…to no avail other than soliciting concerned looks from family…

I try to remind myself of something I read recently – “Life is like rolling vistas..” I have always tried to pin moments…

“You will never reach your destination if you step and throw stones at every barking dog.” -Winston Churchill

May you have great dignity,
Sense how free you are;
Above all, may you be given the wonderful gift
Of meeting the eternal light that is within you

A blessing for Old Age.. John O’Donohue

barking at the moon…..

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