Monday, February 20, 2006

I had to drop a line - I had a good laugh at the irony of reading Rabbi Chaim Steinmetz article in the Canadian Jewish News - as I was riding my stationary bike.   We need to find time to do the simpler things... for example, I had a superb time yesterday playing ball with my 4 1/2 year old and 10 month old son. It was so nice to do something the together - the three of us.   I can't believe that I have only really gone outside to play in the snow 3 or 4 times this winter. AND (my son will tell you) we haven't even built ONE snowman.   The simple truth is the "time we take" in the present reflect the opportunities we will not regret having lost in the future.   More organized, less involved, less committed, more committed? I haven't found the answer - burning the candle at both ends for at least 20 years, and I still don't feel like I have accomplished what I would like to have. BUT I am happy. Stressed, but happy. Satisfied, but hungry. Therein lies my drive. There will always be more. More to do, more to get more to accomplish.   Enough said, have to get back to work ;)

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