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Subject: Re: My Greatest Investment Date: 3/25/2004 6:43 PM
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God bless you, your service to our country and your perspective. I lost my wife when she was 38 years old and we had two teens. I know the value
of time and confirm every word that you say. Life is precious. I make nominal money,live a simple lifestyle, am a volunteer in various groups and find life very fulfilling. I was fortunate in giving up the rat race in my mid-30's. The extra time I gave my kids over the years has paid dividends in terms of their character as adults and is reflected in the character and smiles of my grandchildren.

JB, everyone should have to walk in your shoes...experience what you
are experiencing. Those who have served and survived, those whose lives have been threatened...those are the ones who really understand what is
really important.

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