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Quote Of The Day

“There’s a myth that learning is for young people.
But as the proverb says, ‘It’s what you learn after you know it all that counts.’
The middle years are great, great learning years. Even the years past the middle years.
I took on a new job after my 77th birthday – and I’m still learning.
Learn all your life. Learn from your failures. Learn from your successes,
When you hit a spell of trouble, ask ‘What is it trying to teach me?’
The lessons aren’t always happy ones, but they keep coming.”

John Gardner
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As always, thanks so much for stopping by. What are you learning today?


Moving Forward.....that is what this blog is about and adjusting my Time Frame. We all have a time frame although we may acknowledge, or look at our life that way, but life is our own personal time frame. I am in my early 70's and I plan on living for many more years and accomplish many things. This blog is the beginning of that process. It is my way of pushing myself along that path. So where do I go from here? Follow along and maybe what I do will help you to Move Forward as well. Also, join me on my journey at

2 thoughts on “Quote Of The Day

  1. Today I learnt not to jump to conclusions but I have had that lesson before and yet I continue to make the same mistake. There is so much to learn, so much to be curious about , the world is an exciting place.


    1. The world is exciting and it is so easy to lose sight of that fact. I certainly am guilty of that. There is so much I want to do and that is just the easy stuff.


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