The truth isn’t telling the story

Edna Mode toy in mountains
“No, Dahling, you must write like you mean it, not like you’re gonna mean it one day.” Photo: Grinnell Glacier Overlook, 7,500’.

Regret tells the truth. Change tells the story.

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Ain’t much in there

Simple is common sense. Common sense is elusive. Regret is our proof that common sense is elusive.

The many iterations of the seven Disney Business Books’ titles and table of contents is fascinating.

The content is rock solid. Unchanging.

How it is presented is being iterated as we speak (type/write).

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The greater of two fears

GNP
GNP. Organized my personal and home life so i could do this bicycle ride to Logan Pass before Sun Road opened for the 2018 season.

My fear of regret is greater than my fear of failure.

dad

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Time doesn’t care if you’re ready

Glacier National Park
Roaring waterfall flowing from Logan Pass to St Mary Lake.

Time waits for no one. We know this, but we rarely behave like we do.

dad

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Just a minute

Glacier National Park
GNP. Chief Mountain.

It is difficult to live in the present, ridiculous to live in the future and impossible to live in the past. Nothing is as far away as one minute ago.

Jim Bishop

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