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Our attitude toward relationships doesn’t have to wait to blossom

Clock ticking
Time is the great equalizer – we all get 24 hours each day.

 

Do the other kids talk to their parents the way we talk?

No.

Do you think they wished they could?

No.

Huh?

They don’t care about this sort of stuff.

Years later when they get closer with their parents, they’ll wonder why they waited so long for it to be this good.

Seriously. Why wait?

Oh yeah, because we’re busy.

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By jeff noel

Retired Disney Institute Keynote Speaker and Prolific Blogger. Five daily, differently-themed personal blogs (about life's 5 big choices) on five different sites.

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Got a letter in the mail yesterday addressed to Patricia Hebert PhD. I looked at those three little letters, acquired so long ago, and thought about life’s titles and choices. Realized that another title was more prestigious: Mom.

The greatest blessing ever is to be a parent.

Perhaps as a blind person who has their sight restored.

Or the lame who can once again walk.

To the invisibly disabled who finally become parents.

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