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May 17, 2011


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Jeanne M. Hannah

Wendy, what you said! "A day without a post is a day I'm too busy embracing other spheres of my life to blog about living as fully as possible."

This reminds me of two favorite quotes having to do with living life the the fullest:

There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.
Albert Einstein

There are many wonderful things that will never be done if you do not do them. Charles D. Gill

I have absolutely no doubt but that your embracing other spheres of your of your life is a way in which you do live life to the fullest. What do you think?



This causes me the same kind of quandary, as I love to write and teach others, share my knowledge that has been passed along to me (especially from survivors, and learn by researching an issue.

I do however believe that I would rather learn from someone that has experienced an issue, than someone who read it from a book.

Don't take that the wrong way. Books are my best friends and I love to read. But being with someone who is mourning loss is better than reading about their loss. Hugging someone to console is better than taking a book to them.

The only way I am able to comprehend the situation at times is to see the emotions, body language and tone.

There is something about the people who walk down a path like your own. Some words never need to be spoken. And I feel a sense of understanding without words. I carry a notebook around to jot down notes if I have an idea while out living.

Thank you!

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