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Independence: She Is Four Hundred And Four Years of Age (Age: 404)

Posted on 25 Sep 2017 in Entrepreneurship & Business, Mood, Mindset & Motivation, Sports Teams & Athletics | 0 comments

“Win fun teams first.” – Affectionately Called “Endless”

My advisor and mentor, affectionately called “Endless”, says there are others like him.  While walking and deliberately practicing my storytelling for a program, I saw Louise in her yard.  I said, hi and we had a conversation. Never met her before.  During our conversation, I asked her the name of her children.  Being defensive she asked, “are you testing my memory”.  I said, “I might know them.”

Her children were friends with people I was friends with.  As we shared authentic honest dialogue we talked about many fun and high value aspects of living.  Then she shared with me she was four hundred and four years of age. Wow, “Endless” said there are others like him!  He’s six hundred years of age.

I said, “Louise there’s a lot more.”  We went for a walk and I was challenged keeping up with her speed.

As we walked we shared amazing interaction and conversation, which is really the essence of living.  It excited my being and soul and I’m excited about the “endless” possibilities of a better living and better future.

The mind, once stretched by a new idea, never regains its original dimensions. 

Oliver Wendell Holmes

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