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« Things to Follow in These Difficult Times | Main | The part of my life...This part right here. That's called Happiness (on 15/35th Anniversary of FR) »

July 30, 2020



That’s a beautiful story! Karma.

Humble Warrior

You certainly have the knack for chance encounters ;)

I read so much about the benefits of meditation, breathing exercises, heart rate, etc. You've inspired me to finally give it a go!


My thought, a quote which I assign to St. Vincent de Paul, is “You can’t do charity work unless you get your hands dirty.”

Sharon Johnston

I love Gibran. I wish we had been alive at the same time. I understand him far better than Rumi, but love him too.


Wonderful… you found a very wise and productive way to deal with the pandemic stress!


Congratulations on this FR anniversary.
I always enjoy reading all of your personal stories, and I really appreciate how you are able to connect with strangers and make lifelong friends out of them.

This year, we have fewer opportunities to make such connections because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Still, I am thankful that we have internet and social media to keep us connected and keep our lives and businesses running. Somebody somewhere joked that if this pandemic had happened just 20 or 25 years ago, we'd be stuck at home with dial-up modems and Nokia phones that could mostly only send text messages or play the snake game. ;-)

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