Slim and Franke

Slim and Franke

Monday, November 02, 2015

DARE TO DREAM

Question Of The Week 11-2-15

“Almost anything you do will be insignificant, but it is very important that you do it.” ~ Gandhi

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  1. Age is not a limit or requirement for accomplishment....

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    1. Changes, You know that and I know that but try telling that to some of our youngsters :-)

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  2. Once you have done it, then what do you do? I think it is always open-ended. You can go a short way or a long way down the road and it makes no difference as long as you are putting one foot in front of the other.

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    1. Tabor, putting one foot in front of the other or falling and getting back up. It's all timeless :-)

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  3. I've dreamed and done many things, almost like separate lifetimes:)

    As long as you can Dream you can DO.. That's why I live on DreamLane..

    love ya bunches and keep Dreaming~!

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    1. Sonny, oh yes we need to keep dreaming and we need to always be asking questions and looking for new ideas.

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  4. I hope never. I like living in a world of endless possibilities. And I am not good with the word 'should'.

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    1. Elephant's child, you definitely always give us endless possibilities in your blog and beautiful sights.

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  5. Never. The possibilities never end.

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  6. Well, I am 44 now....

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  7. Late 20's would work for me. Sadly, I'm 50 and I still don't quite know yet.

    Amazon

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    1. G.B., only 50? You have miles and miles of ideas yet to come :-)

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  8. 100 or perhaps, 110! :)

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    1. Lee, in this day and age why not? You never know.

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    2. Lee, in this day and age why not? You never know.

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  9. With me it was a changing scene with three careers but really my heart's desire was to have a happy marriage and finally at 49 I was lucky enough to have it - for 34 years.

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  10. Pat, I know what you mean. We were both blessed by our soulmates.

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  11. Heh. Isn't that an ongoing question?

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  12. 50 years ago! But I still don't have my own horses n ranch! I have movies to direct also. I still want it- Money first would reallty help...

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  13. I just take one day at a time, and make the best of what life has provided to me. I like the saying "Life is what happens while you're busy making other plans." (John Lennon)

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  14. cube, have you started one yet?

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  15. Snaggle Tooth, if I won the lottery I would share with you!!

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  16. Sparkling Red, ain't it the truth. Good response.

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  17. I guess the answer would be different for every person and every situation. I wish my son would figure it out though.

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  18. Kay, I am still wondering what I want to be when I grow up but I definitely knew what my son and daughter should have been. For some reason they didn't agree:-)

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