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Value every moment as it comes along,
conform to no standard.
Accept no limits,
letting yourself experience failure and regret
alongside joy and relief.
Every moment is now.
Never let yourself forget you are always here.
Heaven nor Hell nor even a Day of Judgement
causes me more fear,
Than knowing I have still
trespasses against another.
On being human
'tis no greater
disappointment or pleasure.
So the old man would constantly give an answer of, "I don't know, son.
Which part of 'I don't know' don't you understand, son? The 'I,' the 'don't,' or the 'know'?"
After a while, we got sick of hearing this; so, Mike and I came up with a solution. The old man was being an ass and we were tired of it. After discussing our plan, we waited.
The next day.....
I haven't seen my mother in a long time. She's an immigrant that still doesn't have her citizenship yet. God knows how long it will be before she won't be needing that ugly pink "green card" she has in her wallet. Even though she's not pure Spanish- and not Mexican Spanish- she did wish me Cinco de Mayo- and sent me an e-card.
Mental problems run in every generation of her family and a few of us- me, my brothers and sisters- have them also. I can't hate her for this, it wouldn't...
I live on the Chesapeake Peninsula about 1 mile from the Chesapeake bay.
My goal is to make to the Atlantic Ocean at Ocean City, Maryland and back in a day.
I know that I can go sixty miles in five hours. Using this and the amount I tire plus water loss and energy requirements I probably will hit a "wall" at seventy-five to eighty miles. My current best travel rates are twenty miles in eighty minutes and twenty-five miles in one hundred minutes.