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Monday, October 6, 2008
Mumblings of Life
While having our breakfast in Conway Cafe' , I overheard this man complaining about life. I don't intend to listen but he talks so loud. My mind starts to wander! Being as human as I am , we rush daily activity in a routine manner. We wake up every morning and worry with bills, goes to work, watch the clock ticking, come home and have dinner and retire for the day. Goes on and on and on. This man complain that whatever he does daily, he ended up feeling bitter each day with life, with the economy, with the politics and all. I am just grinning and mumbled in my mind. We all do anyway! Yet, we don't want to be a robot! We have choices. Look at the clouds in the sky, it's very beautiful. Very promising. Make a positive attitude out of that. Those worries exist anyway so, why not stabilized it with appreciation. Enjoy your food, not everybody can buy what you are eating. Enjoy the weather. Be thankful that hurricane season is almost over. Have a quality time with your family. Go out and have fun with them! Not everybody has family. We have our own worries yet, we find time to enjoy life with our friends and family. Why worry about worries anyway?
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