Random Thoughts: Pleasures of Thinking Wonderfully

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Xlibris Corporation, Oct 12, 2012 - Poetry - 135 pages
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Amazing life experiences, joy, love, disappointments, and despair, does not bring the spirit down but makes you ride high up on the successful horse to rectify the difficulties, and create great memories. Find friends where you did not expect and did not go searching for new loyal friends and affectionate philosophers without desire to prove yourself.
Trends and culture of the past and present and their long lasting challenges and implications are delightfully described.
Diplomacy and politics at home and internationally was not at all stressful, instead thrives with exchanges of opinions, emotions and gratitude.
Realities of aging graciously and not traveling far reflects strong light on the physical challenges of wear, tear, growth and disintegration of various body parts, and accepting them without fear or unhappiness. This life is precious and delicious to experience.
This genuine elder statesman has poured his heart and emotions to describe experiences of life without reservation and some disappointments, and handling them with gracious diplomacy till the end of Life.
Towards the end when the mind is very much Alive and the Body (physically) declines with normal aging process as known at present, his thought process is crystal clear for Love of Life and many Friendships. His social connections live on beyond his physical beingLife.

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-For those who knew Kan, his death will not end our relationship. - For In the end, Longevity and success depends - Not on the length of his years - Nor on the peaks of his performance - But on the multiplicity of human contact and interactions. - On how many lives he touched, and per chance helped. - And whether he gave more to the world than he took from it. - And certainly our friend Kan touched many lives and gave much to the world and connected with our spirit.

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