The Campaign For DA

4.21.2015

Lunch Break From A Hectic Day


I didn't know the guy but the Messenger profiled him somewhat last year.

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I've been mocked by a few for my recent discovery and appreciation  of "living in the moment" instead of dwelling on the past or worrying about the future. I hadn't thought about this aspect of it: That moment you focus on appreciating may be the last one you ever have.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

dang rite. we need to do just that. quit bitchin and whinning and LIVE!!! everybody!!!!

Anonymous said...

As I near 40, with three younguns, I find myself reflecting on death more often. I think about how awful the world is and how good I have it. How lucky I am. I quickly look at what the world has to offer and then realize this world is not my home. I'm just passing through.....and I know my treasures are laid up....

Andrew Kuppinger said...

True 2:35

A Fighter of Foo said...

No one is getting out of here alive.

Anonymous said...

Forty seems to be the magic number. Until about that age, I feared death. Since then, I'm more accepting of the inevitable. (Well, the death part... Taxes still piss me off.)

Anonymous said...

Yep, quit bitching about shyster lawyers and smart ass bloggers and enjoy life.

Anonymous said...

Talked to him last month at Cabelas. Was excited about buying a big bore to shot buffalo with while he was in Africa now this . Sad !

Anonymous said...

I'm curious. Was he religious?