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Dear Bryson, Wade, Ada, Liam, Hank, & Lila,

Please take the time to focus on what you envision as important. I do not mean material things or what you term is “successful.” Rather, what makes the difference in terms of making relationships better, the beauty and the splendor of flora and fauna, living in the present, and recognizing that having “things” or “the case of the gimmes” or “wants versus needs” are irrelevant in the scheme of life’s passages. Instead, travel, volunteer, donate to charities, random acts of kindness, & numerous other deeds to make your world a better place to live. Just as walking along the beach and throwing a sand dollar or any other random living creature that you encounter, go out of your comfort zone & help “make the difference” for some one or somebodies… Life is a gift, live it & give it! I will always give of my love…Mema

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