The poet, William Ross Wallace, but it well: “Every man dies, but not every man really lives,” he said. And that should give us pause here in our hectic, commercialized and materialistic world.
Are we really living? And what does that mean anyway?
A couple of questions there that don’t have easy answers. Which is maybe why we avoid them so arduously by distracting ourselves with happy hours and blockbusters and diverse entertainments. There is so much energy spent on just surviving that I’d like to step back from today to consider life in a deeper way. Living a Life of Value, today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.
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