Friday, January 20, 2006


Make the most of each moment.

Each moment that passes is gone, behind us, over.

Don't be afraid to make mistakes, try to learn and grow from your mistakes.

Do right whenever you can, never compromising your own personal ethics or the general code of morality.

Offer positive feedback whenever you can, always let people know when their efforts are creating a positive reaction, no matter how small or large.

Try not to overlook the small things. Many small things can be a big thing.

Don't be afraid to say I Love You.

I know this sounds cheesy. It probably reads like I ripped it off of a Hallmark card or something, but I was thinking about human mortality, life, death and everything in between. We're all dying the moment we're born, it's just a matter of how long it takes. Hopefully along the way we, as humans, can engage in meaningful relationships, and acquire a personal sense of self-accomplishment. Granted, we all can't self-actualize, but if you try the best you can, you try the best you can, then the best you can is good enough.

Why is there high-fructose corn syrup in my ketchup? And bread? And orange juice?

The ailens must think we're crazy.

1 comment:

Fwickafwee said...

about the post, I wrote it while reading about the Iraq coalition casualties confirmed by the DoD (as of 1/17 it is up to 2222), and overhearing a co-worker discussing the declining health of a loved one.