I'd settle for waking up and saying "yes" versus "no". Looking forward to starting the day, to life, with acceptance and exuberance rather than wrestling with dread and having to call upon endurance.
Sunday, June 12, 2011
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- In Other Words...
- XIV: On Foot At World's End: After It Ends, Begin
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- Goodnight, Mr. Falk. Rest in peace.
- When You're Strange
- XII. On Foot At World's End: What You See Is What ...
- Exhibit S
- You Can't Hang Up On Your Self
- Exhibit R
- Father's Day Proclamation
- How Fortunate The Man With None
- Exhibit Q
- Exhibits O and P
- Waiting For The Miracle
- XI. On Foot At World's End: Pilgrim's Progress
- I Woke Up With This Playing in My Head Today
- Exhibit N: The Good Lady
- It Takes A Worried Man
- Our Suffering Bodies Will Suffer No More
- Exhibits L and M
- X. On Foot At World's End: No Man Is/All Men Are A...
- The One Minute Writer - Today's Prompt: What is th...
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- IX: On Foot At World's End: Staten Island Ferry
- Please Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood
- VIII. On Foot At World's End :Throngs
- Exhibits I and J
- Where No Man Before Me Had Bothered To Go
- Exhibit H
- VII. On Foot At World's End: Bleecker Still
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- An Alternate View of Saxophones and New York
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- V. On Foot At World's End: It's Personal
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