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The Great Summer of 2012

What then, my dear friend asked

trapped
we discover we are not trapped, and can be set free

You know what’s really exciting about thinking for ourselves without restraint or condition? It’s the self-discovery we make when we start to become fully conscious of what we hold as precious  – the discovery that we really do have so much to be thankful for.

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The Great Summer of 2012

Funny thing is, we are all that dying man

dying man
in roughly three months, Fall will be here (and summer, a memory)

Ask a dying man what’s important in life. Have you ever contemplated this? I have. Almost daily. And have concluded the obvious, his list will be much different, and incredibly shorter than the living man’s.

If this were my last summer, what then?

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The Great Summer of 2012

Every man, except one, thinks they’re immune

attitude
is he the exception, you know, the man that numbers his days?

Every man, save one – the dying man, thinks they’re immune from the ticking clock. This could very well be my last summer. Will I have the positive and present attitude to pursue it with grace, gusto, and humility?

Will you?

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The Movement

Are We Simply Machines?

“One machine can do the work of fifty ordinary men.  No machine can do the work of one extraordinary man”.Elbert Hubbard

What does it take to be extraordinary?

Is it reasonable to expect to become extraordinary?

Is it even worth it to try to become extraordinary?

What would extraordinary people say to these questions?

What would Earth be like without extraordinary people?

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This Is Just For Me

When I Grow Up

“When I grow up I want to be a little boy”.Joseph Heller

I want to watch the colored leaves fall.

Then help to rake them in a pile.

Then get a running start and jump in them and play in them until it looks like they had never been raked.

Anybody notice the Autumnal equinox yesterday?

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