Meaningful Thoughts

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Trafford Publishing, 2010 - Philosophy - 92 pages
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APPARENTLY, THE AVERAGE PERSON IS MAKING A MOUNTAIN OUT OF LIFE BY MINDFULLY CAUSING LIFE'S SPAN TO BE TOO STEEP TO CLIMB INSTEAD OF RELAXING AND MAKING IT SIMPLE
JUST AS OUR CREATOR INTENDED IT TO BE. The AUTHOR, BEING 88 YEARS OF AGE AT THE TIME OF THIS WRITING, LIKE MOST OTHERS HAD TAKEN THE LONG WAY AROUND, THUS
INNOCENTLY, MAKING LIFE APPEAR TO BE COMPLICATED.
PATIENCE COULD HAVE BEEN THE ANSWER TO MANY OF HIS
IMIGINARY MOUNTAINS. HE NOW UNDERSTANDS THAT
REGARDLESS OF HOW WE ATTEMPT TO GUIDE OUR MINDS TO THINK, EVERY STEP THAT WE HAVE TAKEN THROUGHOUT
LIFE HAS LED US TO THE PLACE WHERE WE ARE AT THIS
VERY MOMENT.
 

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THE AUTHOR, A VETERAN OF WW11 WAS BORN IN JANUARY 1922 IN SOUTHEAST GEORGIA, U.S.A., AND LIVED IN A LOG HOUSE WITH NO ELECTRICITY, NO RADIO AND NO RUNNING WATER. THROUGH HIGH SCHOOL HE STUDIED BY KEROSENE LAMP. HE KNEW HARD TIMES AND WHAT IT WAS LIKETO ATTEND SCHOOL, WORK ON THE FARM AND STUDY AT NIGHT.

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