The End And The Beginning

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Sometimes we ask ourselves questions when who we thought we were becomes questionable. We go through life focused on what we want and need to achieve, but then change that reminds us of our vulnerability seeps out of the cracks of life and holds us in its thrall — death is inevitable. Not ours, not yet, but we see it coming, we see how things might be. It does not bring us comfort. It brings us bewilderment, frustration and resentment. We…

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Retired. Remaining optimistically British. Many miles from where I started but continuing the journey.https://www.facebook.com/jcpSomethingToRead

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Retired. Remaining optimistically British. Many miles from where I started but continuing the journey.https://www.facebook.com/jcpSomethingToRead

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