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About Chasing the Perfect Moment
I hope you enjoy this blog as a source of inspiration and information. Our life stories and journeys have always fascinated me and have convinced me that there are numerous signs all around us as to our individual and collective purpose while here on this Earth. For me, I best express my appreciation and love for this life and beyond through writing and have always enjoyed doing so. Please feel free to join in the posts that are written with your comments and own stories!
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Can you Hear me?
“The most basic of all human needs is the need to understand and be understood. The best way to understand people is to listen to them.” ~Ralph Nichols A friend, and neighbor, died this week. She was found dead … Continue reading
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Searching for familiarity…
You can clutch the past so tightly to your chest that it leaves your arms too full to embrace the present. (Jan Glidewell-Times North Suncoast Columnist) When I experience the sights and sounds of my “perfect moment,” there is no … Continue reading
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What is the one “Perfect Moment” for you?
If you could frame one perfect moment from the past-what would that moment be? The one moment or place suspended in time that you felt, loved, safe and happier than you have ever felt before. What would it be? … Continue reading
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