Look back over the past, with its changing empires that rose and fell, and you can foresee the future, too. Marcus Aurelius

Photo Lynn Clifford

lynn portugal, igreja de S. Francisco in Braga

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  1. Barb Estinson says:

    Pretty picture of Lynn’s. Do you know if it is in Rome?

  2. Jesse says:

    Excellent Sandy he has some great quotes, you may want to try and read “Meditations!” How about an encouraging birthday quote from Mr. Aurelius from the same book as your quote: “soon you will have forgotten all things and soon all things will have forgotten you.” Hey wait, that is not very encouraging 🙂

  3. Jesse says:

    Ahh yes I suppose I did provide that quote haha, took you long enough to use it! 😉

  4. Jesse says:

    and who am I? Might have to agree with the ancient apostle Paul on that one: “I am … a nobody.” 🙂 … uh oh don’t tell Les I said that!

  5. Jesse says:

    By the way if you ever put the picture up from the card you gave me today, here is your quote, from the famous theologian Kierkegaard: “Life is lived forwards, but understood backwards.”

  6. me says:

    Both of you are incorrigible, inspiring, and to mention a royal pain int the mental/emotional tush …… and gratefully appreciated..

    Please allow the record to be known this is a very special day, one that will not be stated unless given permission, regardless, beautiful picture and quote for a most auspicious day, that we are blessed by an essence that shines, morning, noon and night, (like you Sandy and many others that don’t understand or see) as stars do – though we forget to see them when one needs their essence the most, they will always be there…

    Both the pictures and quotes will stand the time, as the quotes and now the picture.

    In more ways than one.

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