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9.01.2005

Memories

Got this message emailed this morning:
Gentlemen,

We all lived lives that were far more glamorous and adventure-filled that we remember.

James
So true, so true.

3 Comments:

Anonymous J. said...

I often think of how we are viewed by others based on so little of who we fully are. I mean, other people ever only see a fraction of who we are. I hope that most of the time I leave others with a positive and uplifting flavor, but some days it's difficult.

I guess that sort of ties in with your quote. I hope that I can fully appreciate the adventures of my life. I try to stop, think, and recognize my blessings. I also try to keep in mind that my entire life, which seems so massive to me, is really leaving only a small smudge on most of the people I come in contact with each day - so, I try to make it a kind and joyful smudge.

Sorry if I am making little sense. So much bad news lately is leaving me a little dazed.

J.

1/9/05 9:39 AM  
Blogger The Cubicle Reverend said...

Perhaps it is time for us to stop having stories that begin with,"Last night on television..." and start actually living our lives.

Dave

1/9/05 10:06 AM  
Blogger Rick said...

that's probably more profound than you intended. thanks for that.

1/9/05 11:31 AM  

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