Monday, September 27, 2010

In the morning I don't want to know where I'll be in the afternoon.

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  1. Except today. It's turned cold and drizzly. I'd like to be under the duvet both morning and afternoon!

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  2. On holidays, yes, always! But in daily life, sometimes.

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  3. An adventurer - secure in adventure - it's a good way to be

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  4. But sometimes we could just work that out...though sounds like a good way of existence

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  5. Awww...sounds like the perfect existence....it is something i strife for everyday...except when i am scheduled to work, or have an appointment...or other such mundane tasks of modern life.... ;)

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  6. Marty, what a beautiful way to say. Live in the moment! I would hate to have insight into the future. To know what is about to happen in life would be such a burden to carry. I have enough excuses that challenge my ability to live in the "now." To restrain myself from trying to change the future would be so difficult. If given the opportunity to know or not know the future I hope I have the courage to say, "No."

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  7. It's human nature to almost all the time want to know what lies ahead and from time to time, I'm guilty of it. We must embrace life for what it is and what it brings; the surprises and the unknowns. After all, that's what makes life exciting and living adventurous. :)

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  8. Yes, a good discipline. There is only now! Derek :-)

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  9. It happens to me every time I wake up!!!

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  10. I wish, but alas, my schedule is the only thing that helps me keep track of my kids.
    Great sentiment though.

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  11. Sometimes it is best to allow ourselves to drift along organically on the river of life. As long as we make sure we are on the right river anyway!

    Smiles!

    Melinda(ville)

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  12. I know that sentiment only too well!

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  13. I know this line of thought. I use it too! :p

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