from me. I tend to take a few days to push a couple of things around in my head, to look behind drawers and dust some cobwebs and find new treasure. I read my old blogs and try to see how far I have come, and how much I would like to push myself in the future. What do I want to be when I grow up? Am I doing what's right for this moment in my life. Have a forgotten a few priorities?
It just so happened that I came upon a deployed military blogger this morning, who had a friend post his final post should he die in battle . What was once the final private letter a buddy would hold for his soldier-brother for delivery should he pass, now is public for all of us to see. And what I read was his human truth.
And despite the sadness of his death, his honesty to himself and others is cause for much of my admiration. And that I hope that if I am ever in his shoes, I can face my life and be just as humble.