Wednesday, August 15, 2012


We live in an era which is stark-raving mad about celebrities. We subscribe to magazines and watch TV programs to learn about them. We overpay for tickets to huge events to be with them.
I've known a few rich and famous persons in my lifetime. Most of them have been amazingly average, gifted in some ways, below average in other ways.
Why don't we focus our interest and attention on the truly remarkable people around us, the ones who make a huge difference in our lives? I'm referring, of course, to our families.
Some of us know more about the personal lives of our favorite movie stars and recording artists than we know about our parents. Why don't you develop a questionnaire and ask your folks some hard, revealing questions? After they recover from the shock, you may learn something.

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