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Life is the art of drawing sufficient conclusions from insufficient premises.
-- Samuel Butler


Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Who you are

Are you the baby who was born so many years ago? Are you the child who frolicked in the sunshine?

Are you the brash young person who dreams of changing the world? Are you the mature and gentle person who has learned the value of acceptance and forgiveness?

You are all of these and more. You are, in part, the substance of the moments you have experienced, and the hopeful anticipation of times to come.

Yet the person you are goes beyond mere experience and thought. For you are the very awareness that gives it all meaning.

No task is mundane and no day is ordinary when you fully grasp who you are. Nothing is impossible when compared to the marvel and wonder of your existence.

Whatever small or great challenge or event may come, be sure to remember who you are and how miraculous is the fact of being. And who you are, grows even more capable of giving meaning to it all.

— Ralph Marston

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