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Who’s In Your Head?

It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see. ~Henry David Thoreau

To look into a mirror and see a loser is to write a loser future. To look and see a winner gives impetus to engage in behaviors leading to victory. It all depends upon what you choose to see. And what you see partly depends upon those who you allow into your head.
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Without Yesterdays There are No Tomorrows

These are the days that must happen to you. ~Walt Whitman

No one is born complete. Our body may look whole but it is a mere image of a possible future. It is the jumping off point for a life that may end in the next moment, at the end of a 100 years of moments, or some where between.
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Actions Win, Words Lose

“You are what you do, not what you say you will do.” ~C.G. Jung

Tell me you are not a bigot then carry a sign saying, “Illegals go home” and I will believe your actions.

Tell me you are a Christian then fight to deny refugees access because it may infringe on your comfort and I will know you bow to the devil whispering in your ear.
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A Masterpiece Tomorrow

You are allowed to be both a masterpiece and a work in progress, simultaneously. ~Sophia Bush

In a world where second place is the first loser, it is difficult to recognize the blossoming masterpiece of now will continue to evolve into a greater bouquet masterpiece in the future.
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A Fool’s Folly

Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better. ~Maya Angelou

Most people make the best decision possible based on the information available at the moment of truth. To look back from a vantage point built upon a mountain of future knowledge where the happened consequences can easily be seen played out on the great plain of life and judging with…he shoulda, she coulda, I woulda…is disingenuous.
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Reference Points

The past is a place of reference, not a place of residence. ~Roy T. Bennett

At my age, my past is deeper than my future is promising. We never know if tomorrow will awaken still, on average, my past is twice the duration of my expected future. There are 57 years of reference points behind me, mostly forgotten reference points, and those not forgotten are fading into obscurity at an alarming rate. My own personal extinction.
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My Next Lover

I want enough time to be in love with everything. ~Marina Keegan

I have had more hobbies than I can count than I can remember. I find an interest, pursue it until the learning S-curve flattens out at which time I grow bored and move on. I love to surf the steep wave of learning become weary as soon as the wave tapers. I could never be a PHD because they live their life on the flattened part of the S-curve.
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