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Comment from: Chuck Gallun
I admire you for sending out this splendid message!
05/18/12 @ 15:29
Comment from: Joy  
Looking for things to admire keeps us reaching in the right direction. We cannot duplicate but we can create.I believe we are naturally attracted to that which we admire most because we are all designed for a purpose. It may take a lifetime of pursuit finding that objective due to all lifes' distractions but deep down inside we can feel the pull. My own admiration list is extremely diverse: Mother Teresa, Leonardo Da Vinci, Albert Einstein, Maya Angelou, Oprah. I hold all of these wonderful people in high esteem for what they have contributed to our world. I have not met any of them but I can aspire to emanate thier compassion, beauty, fortitude, verse, and vision. Look to the stars, not just in the sky, and take great delight in the ability we all have to give of ourselves to one another. Once again; thanks for the inspiration!
05/18/12 @ 18:23
Comment from: Judy
I admire my friend Barbara Byrd who passed away last week after a long and brave battle with cancer. She was just a regular person, didn't perform deeds known the world over, but her warmth and love was real, her bravery unlimited.
05/20/12 @ 15:50
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Chuck: I'm glad you enjoyed it. Joy: Your list is not just diverse ... it's big. Those are some impressive names. I appreciate your thoughts. Judy: I'm sad for your loss, however, I'm glad you have found something beautiful in the story: her warmth, love and bravery. May she remain a bright light in your memory.
05/22/12 @ 13:43