Finding a Kindred Spirit...on being broad minded

Remember Thoreau taught us:
All men are children, and of one family.
The same tale sends them all to bed,
and wakes them in the morning.

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I suppose you know more about me than you even care to...I wear my heart on my sleeve. As I grow older I am trying to hide out a little more. It can be hard to make friends when you march to a different drummer. On a day when I am wandering around on the web, not doing much but just learning, it is wonderful to read a post and simply say "yes, I understand". That is what I did when I read RJ's Corner and a post called Being Broad Minded. You can learn more about me by reading his words.


Incidentally RJ describes himself as a non-violent activist, a child of the 60's and a lover of barns.  How could you not love that.

Be well,

b

Comments

  1. When I went deaf in mid-life I thought I was the only one out there but I discovered there are thousands of us.

    It's nice to know that there are others out there who believe as you do. I thought I was the last altruist on this planet. Thanks for letting me know again that there are others out there.

    Great thought on your blog. It is now on my daily read list.

    RJ

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  2. When I find a kindred spirit I rejoice. Thank you RJ

    B

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