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it's weird to think...but your position at the moment seems enviable
not the part about the devastation...but the part about really being able to live for the moment, and from moment to moment
just enjoy :)
xo

Yes, you're absolutely right. It's really a paradox. My intention (my challenge, should I decide to accept it ... well, I guess I have accepted it:)) is to carry this with me as I move on from here -- to keep the "edge" in how I live, even after I get past the crisis stage.

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