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I really enjoyed your thoughts about time. Perhaps our stories also hold the key to time... Stories are timeless... They carry us backward and forward through time... moment meets moment... truth is everlasting.


I loved this!!!You did a great job plus providing a few minutes of pondering...


Your words remind me of the sacred nature of flowing water. No beginning and no end. So symbolic of our journeys.

Nirit Simon

Elizabeth, your post reads like a beautiful poem. Thank you for encouraging us to share our stories. When you mentioned that we lose a part of ourselves when those close to us depart without having shared their stories, that struck a chord. By sharing our stories, we might inspire, encourage, or permit the people closest to us to tell theirs.

Sally Borg

I love your idea that stories belong to all of us, to hear and to validate our humanity. Well said!

Myranette Robinson

You show us how to use the importance of time, and why it is important!!!

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