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Re: Seriously Does Anyone Think Of Their Own Death? Phillipa

Posted by sassyfrancesca on July 17, 2009, at 10:37:31

In reply to Seriously Does Anyone Think Of Their Own Death?, posted by Phillipa on July 16, 2009, at 13:15:15

Hey, Philippa! I am going to be 63 in September, and I have pretty much thought about death for a long time (not because of age), but I have always been aware of time passing and how precious life is, and have tended to live in the moment.

I've written my memoir, a book of poetry (not yet published), been published 3 times in a university journal, the moderator of an abused survivors group, won a scholarship (by writing about my life); went back to school, etc., etc.....because I believe in the living in the moment, etc.

My t and I have discussed our deaths more than once! I give myself a good 30 more years (attitude is everything, LOL)

My amazing teacher just died at 96; she played piano for silent films, and still dressed up in costume for plays (dressed as Willie Nelson)

She is my inspiration to never give up!

I am still writing Oprah, and want to get on her program to talk about my life, book, verbal abuse and spiritual abuse....if I don't it won't be for lack of trying.

Hugs, Philippa!




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