40. If we all threw our problems in a pile and saw everyone else's, we'd grab ours back.
41. Envy is a waste of time. Accept what you already have, not what you need.
Now my question, is Regina around 50 or above 90? All have been associated with her writings?
Or just a wise New Yorker?
Thursday, January 19, 2017
Truth, internet and the news '
Tonight we were going to watch a rocket launch with Don & Evelyn. You can see these Canaveral launches from much of Florida and the East Coast. Getting the time right is tough unless you have a live connection. If you consult Google or search the net you may get another launch or even one from a year ago. Anyway we did not get to see it, it appeared to be delayed.
But this isn't about launches, but truth. Have you ever read Regina Britt's stuff? It is odd the first time I read an e-mail concerning Regina, she was 90, reflecting back on life. The writing was hers, but her comment concerning the e-mail was, "the internet aged me." Ever hear of the game ‘Gossip?’ The game starts by a person telling something to the first of 20-30 people. Each person then whispers what they heard to the next person. When the first and last person compares stories, many times they are completely different. We have the same on the net, things GROW & CHANGE!
So Regina, who is around 50 (?) years old says the net aged her to (90) LOL When she turned 45 she wrote "45 things Life has taught me" (something like that). Then when she turned 50 she added five more things and it became 50 things.
TWO statements I have used here (when I thought she was 90 as the note reads) I enjoyed especially agree with #’s 40 and 41. They are:
From Regina Britts 45 things I have learned about life. She repeated it at 90 years old.
(Is this Regina?)