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Rob Maaye said:
Another excellent blog Simon. Good luck in your new post!
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Ralph Samwell said:
It can go way beyond the team, as one Philosopher taught me. He asked me, “are you writing your epitaph, eulogy or obituary?” The discussion was on, how we want to be remembered. He differentiated the three as, the quantity of stuff we’d achieved, the quality of the stuff we’d achieved and the kind of person we were. He claims, we are the master of our own narrative, soap opera, and play of life, and will be remembered by that. The choices we make in our lives, we are writing our own, obituary or eulogy or epitaph. Comparatively, we are a short time lived and a long time dead. Did your existence have any meaning and what meaning do you wish it to be?
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