What's your favorite way to celebrate life?

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What's your favorite way to celebrate life?--Al

-- Al Schroeder (al.schroeder@nashville.com), December 01, 2000


Everything I love to do...which is sensual, which is fun, which is thought provoking, which is enrapturing, which is ...

Loving all the special people in my life, ah, there's just so much... Yes, DOWN with 'nothingness'. Bring on that color and form...good stuff, that. (And could I express myself better if it weren't a sleepless night, and I were full of sleep?...) Don't know...don't care. I jump in anyway.... ;)

-- Joan Lansberry (joanlansberry@hotmail.com), December 02, 2000.

....great entry by the way!

-- Joan Lansberry (joanlansberry@hotmail.com), December 02, 2000.

All life is a celebration after my first cup of coffee in the morning, which is also a celebration of life. My enjoyment of being among my loved ones, listening to their talk garnering a hug here and there. The sight of the blue sky a celebration, before my cataract operations the sky was just something up there, where the sun or moon could be located. My first sight of the sky and realizing that it was still that beautiful blue I remembered from long ago. A celebration of life -- a trip to the DEnver Art Museum where I gaze with great appreciation and joy at the beautys of art personified. A trip to see the aspen trees in the fall, a flight to see my daughter and her family and hugging the grand children, spending time with all.

I think I might just turn everything I encounter into a celebration of life. And it is so fun !

-- Denver doug (ionoi@webtv.net), December 02, 2000.

What a beautiful entry.

Life can only be celebrated with things that bring happiness. It's as simple as that.

-- Jen (Winter@nyc.com), December 02, 2000.

For me, it's music. I'm not a musician, though not for lack of trying when I was young. Still, I'm inspired by music and often find myself singing along with great feeling (and usually off key). As I read your entry, which was also quite inspiring by the way, I was belting out Christmas carols at top volume. Luckily only the dogs are home to hear me. I may sound awful, but it makes me feel alive to sing.

-- Bobbi (bobbi@ev1.net), December 02, 2000.

Art museums, theatre, and music give cause for celebration, just that I can enjoy them is a cause for celebration. For whatever reason, there are many people who either financially or psychologically cannot enjoy those things. It is truly a gift.

-- AJ (joijoijoi@hotmail.com), December 02, 2000.

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