I wasn¹t really wise until I was about 40, and it took me the next 30 years to achieve ignorance. ... Re: [giftoflovingkindness] reply I wasnt really wiseMessage 1 of 34 , Mar 3, 2011View Source
Re: [giftoflovingkindness] replyI wasn’t really wise until I was about 40, and it took me the next 30 years to achieve ignorance.
On 3/3/11 11:10 AM, "d9break@..." <d9break@...> wrote:
I often feel like that.
I can remeber when I thought 31 was ancient. About 31 years ago.
I'm sorry guys. I was just saying that because it was how I was feeling. Life lessons, some that I think are solved and I have a good understanding of, find a new way of representing themselves to me. I think in my ancient 31 years and maybe I felt a little jaded. I'm baffled at the fact there is more to learn about the things I already think I know thoroughly, than totally new philosophies and perspectives. And in learning more about what I have not seen or have not been willing to accept, I'm changing, but it's a change I can feel! So that's why I was excited when I said I was learning my old lessons all over again.
Yes, and he was so right. Jacqui.Message 34 of 34 , Mar 6, 2011View SourceYes, and he was so right.Jacqui.