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Measuring Life

This is something we all know, but some of us need a reminder about every now and then. You don’t measure your life by how long it is (although that’s no reason to desire less than a long life); you measure it by how much you’ve lived in the time span you’re given. Since none of us knows exactly how much we’re given, it behooves us to live as much as possible, as energetically as possible, with the proper focus on what’s of actual value in our lives… EVERY DAY. Continue reading

The Blessings of Age

Just recently I wrote an entry about “The True Value of Life & Wealth,” in which I discuss those things in our lives that cannot be bought but are of great value. As a few of these attached images popped up on my computer in the daily feeds I review, it occurred to me that many of the items I discussed regarding valuable items in our lives that don’t have a dollar amount attached to them are the items we often can’t experience or have in our lives until we get a bit older.  How old?  That depends on the item. Continue reading

Life Is A Journey; Not A Destination

Some years back (as I type this) I was scheduled to take a trip to New Hampshire from my home state of Maryland.  I had a number of people quite shocked that I chose to drive rather than fly.  After all, why would I waste so much time driving when I could fly so much faster?  I didn’t really have an answer to give them other than I don’t much care for flying and would prefer to drive.  As it turned out on that trip I stopped at a state maintained rest stop and ran into one of the firefighters who actually responded to the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.  It was an honor to meet him and be able to give him some thanks by paying for his food.  That wouldn’t have happened if I had decided to fly instead of drive. Continue reading