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Author: Art53 Big funky green star, 20000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 734988  
Subject: Re: Obozo Retirement Acct. Pt 2 Date: 4/9/2013 9:50 AM
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"So I get the visual of Art being Snoopy and you being the British Get Fuzzy cat. LuckyDog who just finished cutting the grass for the first time of the season! Thank Dog that's over....ugh! :) I need to look for more grumpy cat links." - Luckydog
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I think of life like being on a surfboard and I'm riding it in to shore. The surfboard analogy is a metaphor for life. The goal is to get in to shore (which is the end of life) as far as possible without being bumped off the surfboard. All the obstacles in life, which are mostly people, are things that might knock me off that board.

Right now I'm up on that board riding smoothly in to shore. I try and keep in mind that all of life's "bumps" are little things that after I cross over I won't give two hoots about. Even the big stuff is not that important if you really think about it. The goal is to stay up on that board and keep it pointed in to shore. Don't let people or obstacles knock you off that board.

I recently hit 60 years old which means I probably just started the last quarter of my life. More than likely I've all ready lived at least 3/4s of my life. At this stage of the game I want to avoid as many obstacles as possible.

Art




Excerpt from Michelle M's NDE:
"I felt an understanding about life, what it was, is. As if it was a dream in itself. It's so very hard to explain this part. I'll try, but my words limit the fullness of it. I don't have the words here, but I understood that it really didn't matter what happened in the life experience, I knew/understood that it was intense, brief, but when we were in it, it seemed like forever. I understood that whatever happened in life, I was really ok, and so were the others here."


http://www.nderf.org/NDERF/NDE_Experiences/michelle_m%27s_nd...
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