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  1. Nelson Schroeder
    November 15, 2010 @ 5:03 am

    “if we stop learning we stop living.” Got that right, what else could explain an old 74 year man attempting to keep pace with you youngins. What’s that Jim Rohn quote” ” When the time comes for me to go, let it find me climbing a new Mountain and not sliding down an old one.” Keep cool guys, your the best.

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    • Pat & Lorna
      November 15, 2010 @ 11:40 am

      Nelson,

      Must admit, you keep up really well. Must be from all the experience you have climbing the mountains. Thanks for the quote, and for stopping by!

      ~ Pat and Lorna

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  2. Pat & Lorna
    November 17, 2010 @ 8:21 pm

    Denise,

    Questions are great… and like you’ve said, asking questions just not of others, but of ourselves is equally important. We can have great questions for ourselves too.

    Thanks,
    ~ Pat and Lorna

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  3. Lesly Federici
    November 19, 2010 @ 7:49 am

    Hi Pat and Lorna,
    I absolutely agree. Questions help to clarify what you are learning. When you ask with curiosity it’s even better because you are asking yourself more questions leading to more answers. Nothing stands still or remains the same…

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  4. Monika Genehr
    November 26, 2010 @ 8:23 am

    I completely agree with how you wrap up the essence of your post in your opening statement. I certainly do feel alive and growing when I ask questions and search out the answers. The answers then usually lead me to more questions.which is a good thing. Dead people, I suppose, have no need to learn anything. So I consider myself alive and well because I’m always hungry and searching for knowledge and understanding. Sometimes I feel like the oddball among some of the people I know, but you and for example, Nelson, more than make up for strange looks and comments I might get from the living dead.

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    • Pat & Lorna
      November 27, 2010 @ 1:04 pm

      Monika,

      Yes, questions do lead to more questions… and if we keep asking ourselves questions the more answers we discover. Learning is an integral part of life and if we’re not learning we’re dying.

      Thanks,
      ~ Pat and Lorna

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