Live & Learn
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My version: Breathe in, breathe out, forget a little bit and repeat.
Read somewhere – the key to a happy life is a bad memory.
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I like your interpretation. As the the key to happy life, hmmmmmm. I land more in Gamalinda’s camp:
“All told, not absence but memory takes what it can, and we pay our debts by remembering completely.”
— Eric Gamalinda, from “Flash Photography,” Zero Gravity
Agree with paying back debts by remembering completely. But I think, having selective bad memory helps ease a lot of pain and anxiety in life. More along the lines of forgive and forget.
IMPOSSIBLE to disagree with that. TRUTH.
Looking ahead to the next four years? Difficult on some days to keep the positive, natural reflex of breathing in and out from seeming (like) more a mental and physical exercise of spitting in the wind.
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I just hope you can teach an old dog new tricks.
I think the secret is in the “Repeat.” Happy Friday Mr K 🎉🌿🎉
I think you are right! TGIF
Do ya think this would be too much as a tattoo? 😉
For you, on inside of your finely toned arms, absolutely not.
Flattery will get you everywhere…..
I try to do this…try…try…try.
Me too. Me too.
Disbelieve. Detatch. Wait.
If not disbelieve, at least question.
That’s a good second best…
That reminds me. Happy Hour! The repeat; “I’ll have another, bar-keep!
Reblogged this on Carrie's Bench and commented:
Yes – all of this helps!!
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