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Age – Profound Words

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August 4, 2018 · 4:52 PM

Profound Networking Words

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Profound Questions And Answers

I was reading the NZ herald today and there was an article asking several people,  some probably well-known but not to me, except Tim Finn a musician. I personally thought, some interesting questions and some of the answers  very profound.

Just thought I would share.

 

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The first one I thought was a great answer was from a Cartoonist called Michael Leunig.

The question:- What does love mean to you?

The Answer  :- Love is the natural spiritual quality that brings meaning, nourishment, understanding vitality and beauty. If we create something with love, devotion, adoration goodwill eagerness and mature innocence – a meal, a painting, a home, a speech, a relationship, a baby, a society, a bridge, a business, a footpath an antidote, an atmosphere or a simple garden shed – then that thing or that situation we create with love  will be likely to work beautifully and be a joy to behold. Love is more than a passive feeling it is an active functional intelligent catalyst or impetus in the way things are going. It is also a mystery. As Mozart said: ‘Love, love, love, that is the soul of genius’.

 

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Tim Finn – The musician the question to him was ‘What do you know about love?

His Answer –  ‘That it means wanting someone else’s happiness more than your own. Everything else, so – called is all drama and confusion.

 

 

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Nicky Pellegrino – WriterThe question to her was – You write about love all the time does your own life live up to the hype?

Her Answer – I hope I don’t write about it as if  it’s some golden shining perfect thing. Life is complicated and messy, so is love. My husband and I have been together for 20 years. We fight, we misunderstand each other, he annoys me, I imagine I irritate him …. He is still the best person I know though.

 

 

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A Hospice Nurse – Toni HancockThe question to her was ‘ Do people have the same regrets when they are dying?

Her Answer – They do really. It’s family. Spending time with family. Working too much. That’s especially the case for men. A lecturer told me once that when you have a diagnosis that you are going to die, its like layers peeling away. You start out well and with visitors and then slowly start saying goodbye. First it’s people you know quite well  that you start not to see any more because youre getting sicker. Close friends’ visits stop because you are sicker again and eventually its only family members who are with you. It shows just how important family are.

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My Facebook Fav’s Today – 09/04/2014

I know I got a bit carried away, as I have not done this is a few weeks so had quite the collection.
Some are profound but the others make me laugh so I hope it puts a smile on your face.

There is no medicine like hope, no incentive so great, and no tonic so powerful as expectation of something better tomorrow. ~Dr. Orison Swett Marde

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Just A Couple Of Profound Quotes

Its Raining once again outside so quite the dreary day but a day to flick through emails and do a bit of a clean up. I came across these two quotes and seem rather apt to me today. Just sharing

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I think people make mistakes, and they’re going to disappoint you, especially the people who love you the most. And if you can’t forgive them for not being perfect, you’re going to end up alone.

— Leo Cruz

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The falling leaf does not hate the wind

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Very Apt!

Words are not needed as it is self explanatory. I do not know who the cartoonist is but I thought it was very clever and profound.

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