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Why Too Soon Old? Why Too Late Smart?

Some scribbles from July 17, 2015: a Friday like today.

We are the sum total of what we do. We need something meaningful to do, someone special to love, and something inspiring to look forward to.

The statute of limitations has expired on all of your childhood traumas.

Feelings follow behavior.

Perfection is the enemy of the good.

Our greatest weaknesses can become our greatest strengths.

Happiness is the ultimate risk.

Only bad things happen quickly.

The worst lies are the one’s we tell ourself.

The most secure prison is the one we built around ourselves.

Forgiveness is a form of letting go, but they are not always the same thing.

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All About Everything - Nothing - What’s in Between! But Mostly Out-of-His Mind!

10 thoughts on “Why Too Soon Old? Why Too Late Smart?

    1. It’s not consciously planned and just happens. Looking at common place things things and seeing a frog in a flower; an enchanted forest in a pillow; or Dolly Parton on the phone when I take a photo of my antique phone.

      Also, as Yogi Berra would say, “To me, it’s ain’t finished until it’s finished!”

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