Tag Archives: Death

The Difference

A coward dies a thousand deaths. . .  a soldier dies but once. -William Shakespeare.  

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In The End. . .

. . .  when all is said and done, This  reminds me of a variation of a popular bumper sticker from the 1980’s:  “He who dies with the most toys, . . .  is still dead.”   (We had it … Continue reading

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On Learning

“Keep learning about the world. Use your mind to the hilt. Life passes quickly and, towards the end, gathers speed like a freight train running downhill. The more you know, the more you enrich yourself and others.” Susan Trott, Author

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Some Days, My Job Sucks

Today was a tough day. I cried at work and it has been a while since that has happened. Not that crying is unusual at my workplace, it’s just that I’m usually not the one doing it. Before I tell … Continue reading

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A Comparrison

“There’s no such thing as old age, there is only sorrow”  Edith Wharton Here’s to life. . .  L’Chiam

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Loss

“Death is not the greatest loss in life.       The greatest loss is what dies inside us while we live”. Norman Cousins

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They Say It Comes In Threes.

What is “it”?…death. Today, I learned of the death of three men that have played important, albeit different roles in my life. I received an e-mail this afternoon from my college announcing the death of a great priest and then … Continue reading

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