Let Me Ask You a Question – 2/5/18


Let me ask you a question:

 Do you live a fulfilled life?  Are you content in the good sense?

28 thoughts on “Let Me Ask You a Question – 2/5/18

    • I can see that being a bummer. For me I have moments when I get aggravated over not being able to run anymore. Then my hands hurt or something else hurts and it’s a constant reminder than I am not the person I once was.

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      • Yes, when I was young I could run with the wind, catch a freight train heading West, and sailed several of the Seven Seas. Now, the memories haunt me in the late night by way of flash-back form. I am not in my wheelchair at the moment, but my tour there gave me excellent upper body and hand strength. But few aggravations dare venture close enough for me to get ahold of … oh, anyway (kind of wandered out in left field there) …. your writing is of great comfort to me. Thanks for your hard work and effort. g

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  1. It’s filled, lol, but always chasing I’m afraid nothing is ever good enough so I can’t say I’ve ever been content and I’ve realised that I probably never will be. But it doesn’t worry me anymore, that’s just me, my way, kinda exciting really 🤪🤪

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  2. I am, yes. I am awake and growing to become the best me I can be. I would rather be grateful than content though. The word content, to me, implies a level of acceptance of the status quo, all happy in your cozy world and not wanting change. I don’t want to be that content person. I want to be challenged, I want to grow. I want to help other people wake up and grow too. The reason that I came to this planet has begun and the more paople that wake up, the better for them and all of us.

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  3. I think yes, almost always. More so when I look back and think, yes, I’ve done that, how lucky I am to have been able to do that. I wouldn’t mind however, having another lifetime to do it all over again, only better!

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  4. I have a very good life and feel very fulfilled. And thank goodness because at the age of 68 it would be pretty sad if I felt I had left too many stones unturned or taken too many wrong paths or not achieved what I wanted to achieve.

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  5. I’m not sure my life is fulfilled. I have so many dreams not fulfilled. Traveling to so many places, writing a book, being on a stage in front of many people giving them some hope and last but not least making a huge difference in this world. Bring awareness to cancer, abuse and bringing an end to the homeless situation in this nation

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  6. Yes and I can only say this since my chronic illness which has really helped me to focus on getting the best out of each day and knowing what is important. It has given me a new perspective. I find by choosing peace in day to day decisions and situations, this brings me contentment.

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