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Listen to OLDER ONES!

Food for thought...Always LISTEN TO THE OLDER ONES...

I have listened to this kind gentle 87 year old man in these last few days that I would like to share with you all. No matter what never give up. You always do the best you can. Someone will always try to top you or better themselves, never stoop to that level and when faced with a hard decision in your life DON'T make a rush decision because if you make the wrong one you may regret it. That is what a young 87 year old stranger with cancer said to me, it gave me time to reflect on my own thoughts & life and the things that I do have both good and bad but we can all make better choices so try to make each day better and when you do have a bad day think of the good things you do have going for you.

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