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Reviewing ones life as a human experence

My essay is called Conversation with Myself.
It covers many question asked through life by us all. It seem that at the age of 74 many question still go unanswered not by just me but most human beings.
Speaking with folks who have taken the time to read my thoughts, I have received
many comments pertaining to it's direction and conclusions. I speak to readers
as part of the human race, always searching for knowledge and direction
I have found the experience of becoming mature, leads to both questions
and answer of who I am. Maybe the rest of the human race is asking the same question them self " Conversion With Myself. " I can send you a copy if you would like to review it. Thanks for your interest, Look forward to hearing from you Lou Sisbarro

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    Aug 15 2013: if you want more time on this, click "edit" and add more time. Right now you have two hours.
  • Aug 15 2013: Conversation with My Heart.

    Beginnings have a definition that is liquid at best. Each person has his or hers own interpenetration .when their life has begun .
    As I progressed in age I have found
    myself filled with observations, opinions and decisions both ideal and questionable.
    In retrospect these observations seems human and some what reasonable, being part of this delicate blue ball that has wonder the universe for so long, earth.
    Come with me down streets known to you and I, we have both traveled an others not yet explored. Come join me in Conversation with My Heart. I now know one of
    The hardest things to accomplish is to
    Be who ever you are.
    That is not to say, who you want to be,
    who think you are.
    Now that is juggling that merits a
    spot in Ringling’s Brothers Barnum and Bailey Circus. My object is to speak to
    you as a part of the human race
    with both the anxiety and fervor
    we all carry in our hearts and minds.
    So join me on my sailing ship
    that cleaves the waters of life.
    Some times under sun and other times,
    in the eye of a storm.
    They say that life is a visual experience,
    But here we are talking and trying
    To resolve questions that can not
    be truly comprehended by mortals.
    I offer no answers, only questions regarding
    life and the luxury of being yourself.
    Beginnings have a definition that is liquid at best. Each person has his or her own interpretation when their life had begun.
    As I progressed in age I have found life filled with observations, opinions and decisions ideal and others quite questionable. I guess that comes with gray hair. In retrospect these observations seem human and some what reasonable with the tools I had at that time.
    Being part of this delicate blue ball that has wondered the universe for so many years. Come with me down the streets known to you and I that we both have traveled and others not yet explored.
    Come join me in the solitude of the
    Conversation of Our Hearts. I feel one of the hardest things to accomplish is
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    Aug 15 2013: I would love to read your essay. Please forward if you can. I have never been able to have very much luck with TED email but please try.
  • Aug 14 2013: Fritzie thanks for your e mail. I think that time hopefully has a way of maturing our minds as well as our bodies.
    Thanks for the recommendation of the book ' Night Train to Portugal ".
    Fritzie I have found no great wonders living my life except through the Pains of sorrow and the Joys and wonder
    of my 74 years. We travel the same roads this is true. but it's been one hell of a journey.
    Stay well Fritzie
    Keenly aware and still learning.
    Lou Sisbarro
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    Aug 14 2013: Many people adopt a practice of journaling daily, or over the years of their lives, precisely for this reason of processing the events and questions of their lives. Many more have started to write memoirs for themselves and those they will leave behind.

    You might enjoy reading Night Train to Lisbon, a novel in which a classical scholar quite accidentally comes upon a memoir of a Portuguese doctor conversing with himself about his childhood and the events of his life and as a result travels to Portugal to fill in the details in the life and thoughts of this total stranger.
    • Aug 14 2013: Fritzie thanks for your e mail. I think that time hopefully has a way of maturing our minds as well as our bodies.
      Thanks for the recommendation of the book ' Night Train to Portugal ".
      Fritzie I have found no great wonders living my life except through the Pains of sorrow and the Joys and wonder
      of my 74 years. We travel the same roads this is true. but it's been one hell of a journey.
      Stay well Fritzie
      Keenly aware and still learning.
      Lou Sisbarro