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Patricia Scott says
Not silly at all - that's the kind of unencumbered thinking I was hoping to inspire. Flying is the ultimate metaphor for freedom of movement!
Pamela Hutson says
Thanks, CR! That photo is one I took from Canyonlands National Park on a two week trip I took with my kids two years ago. So you're spot on in your understanding of the question.
Tracy K. says
Awesome, thanks Tracy!
Awesome answer, bmcoll! Thank you.
What a panoply of incredible aspirations, whonunuwho! I love that you just let yourself go and came up with a tremendous list of goals. Thank you - excellent response!
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Amy Becherer says
Beautiful - thanks Amy!
Thanks for ssying in a few well chosen words, what I was trying to say in many.
Thank you Gerg and whonunuwho, I figured I'd leave the idea of infinite sharing up to the imagination, thereby placing "no limits". I couldn't possibly know all the possibilities, but I'd sure enjoy the journey. Pure bliss!
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Yeah. Right. Who wouldn't?
Reminds me of a Steven Wright one-liner: "My apartment was robbed and everything was replaced with exact replicas...I told my roommate and he said 'Do I know you?'" As quoted by Rodney King, who passed on earlier today, "can we all get along?" Thx
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I completely agree - personal resilience is one of my favorite subjects.
Marie V Stephens says
Agreed - thanks, Angelme!
Know what? Me too. Most people if asked would say they didn't want to know. I want to say that too, because it sounds so sage. But I'm with you... ;-)
TKs view says
Great starters - and I definitely like the Kauai condo idea, for selfish reasons... ;-)
I understand the perspective you're sharing, Agantum - obviously, we need limits. It's a reasonable statement to say we need reasonable limits to ensure we stay sane and in touch with reality. This question just asked others to explore possibility.
Shining Irish Eyes says
Outstanding, thanks shiningirisheyes!