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September 03, 2015



Good life lesson. I will see how many of these 'tools' I can apply consistently. Thanks for the sharing.


Good Morning Anand. Ok- So yes these are valuable basics to live by. But I have a question for 2 of them
1. a lesson is repeated... learned. How do I recognize that the new form is the old lesson and not a new one? Could I mistakenly think that I have already learnt the old lesson?

2.'There' is no better than 'here'- If I live according to this for every aspect of my life- would I lose the desire to be/ achieve something better?

Mark Dennen

What I have learned in retirement is there are so many people with unique skills who are willing to tech you these skills - if you only ask. Having been in management, without any skills, I have been eager to learn and my first lessons were in sharpening (woodworking chisels, planes and kitchen knives). With an investment in time and tools, one can easily obtain and maintain razor sharp edge. Come to think of it, one might say reading is a sharpening of the mind.

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