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February 22, 2007

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Sam

One of the things I mentioned to Julie early in our relationship was that I hoped to get back to the place in my life where I could take some things for granted.

Living each day as if it is your last sounds like a good idea. But it is simply exhausting when you find yourself in that place.

I'm positive I will find myself living in that paradigm again — probably many times in my life — that is, depending on how close my X is to my right hand...

Wendy

Thought provoking post. Manage behavior not time. I'm going to think about that some more.

Susie

I heard a similar illustration in college, except the guy who shared it used a dot for our life instead of an x. He was sharing his faith in Christ and talking about life, death and eternity. He asked, 'Are you living for the dot or the line?' Living for the line and having peace with God can make living for the x easier.

Ann

I laughed about your "hey" to Michael M. Did you read my post about doing the exact same thing with Rupert at a bookstore last weekend?

And come to think of it, didn't you have a similar encounter with Roger Ebert in an airport one time?

You and I need to come up with a better thing to say than "Hey" when we run into famous people.

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