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  • louise
    Jul 5, 2004
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      I'm beginning to fear that, though the year is only just over
      halfway through, you may have already given too much of yourself, in
      your care for and about other people. Whether you're able to read
      this, whether you're able or willing to reply, I'ld like to say
      thank you, anyway, for the emotional comfort you brought me at a
      time of desperation. You have done no harm, that I can see, and
      that is a very great thing indeed - the poet C.H. Sisson, admittedly
      the most curmudgeonly of all lovable pessimists, seemed to think no-
      one but Jesus could possibly do no harm, on this planet. Of course,
      I don't know you well, and our mutual messages only date back about
      five months, but I miss your contributions, and the warmth of your
      personality. After all the embarrassing things I've ended up
      saying, in confusion or panic, I'm hoping this won't add to my

      --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, jerryjfortin@a... wrote:
      > I no longer smoke, but I choose to giveup something different
      this year. I
      > have decided to give more of myself this year. I will spend more
      time with my
      > family, and my friends. I will spend more time trying to help
      people, and
      > spend less time in self indulgence. Life is indeed short, with
      little time for
      > pain and suffering, or whining and complaining. There simply
      isn't enough
      > time to help everyone, but that is the point isn't it. We must
      start somewhere,
      > and we can help ourselves by helping others. A new journey begins
      like any
      > other, with the first step. This time however my goal is not a
      > because I cannot control all of lifes events, and we are not
      always free to choose
      > our directions. This time the journey is all about how to go
      about getting
      > somewhere and what is done on the journey. I believe that the
      path I will
      > follow will be one of needs and deeds.
      > Jerry
      > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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