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“Someday, somewhere – anywhere, unfailingly, you’ll find yourself, and that, and only that, can be the happiest or bitterest hour of your life.”
~ Pablo Neruda

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  1. For me finding myself, was neither the happiest or saddest, bitterest or sweetest of hour, day, week, month or year, etc. It was a welcome discovery of reality and possibilities that time may or may not allow be discovered, depending on how much time I was and am to be apportioned. Who can ask for more…save the proverbial greedy, of which the world has not yet sadly found a cure!

    Jean-Jacques Fournier

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    • How eloquently stated! As your words have been routinely spoiling to a higher self-expression, dear Jean-Jacques. I, for one, am still becoming …

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      • Dear Hülya…In spite of the fact that I have a head start on you as to years on this planet, or that I believe to have found myself…this does not mean one can stop searching to go deeper into the journey that does not or should not stop, as long are alive and we still have a functioning brain. On that score, I’ve no doubt you will be far ahead of me, if for that matter you are not already with the advantage of a woman’s superior ability of self analyzing.

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        • Aww, dearest Jean-Jacques, what a generously modest comment you made regarding the differences between men and women. Despite your utter modesty, I will take your words to my heart, and will try hard not to let them go to my head. Smiles …

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