A small word with such big implications.


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I am an active radio car operator. I love to operate my radio and listening to the radio is a wonderful chore. Thanks to people like Phil, Cash, Carey, Brent and many others, it makes the time go by while driving around town.
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2 Responses to IF

  1. Tom Rink says:

    The implications that go with “what if . . . ” and “if only . . . “

  2. “What if…’ and “if only….” are two examples of reflection. Generations of people within mankind have been asking themselves for years “What is the purpose of life?” Asking the ‘what if’s’ and the ‘if only’s’ provides the opportunity to reflect on one’s life. Socrates said that “An unexamined life is not worth living.” The idea of “If” may actually provide that opportunity for many to reflect and grow in their life. May it be with religous conviction or just on an individual level, this may start one on a life journey to discover what is important in their life.

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