Wednesday, March 27, 2019

"A Person's Vitality"





"A person's vitality - and I appreciate the humor of myself, a dead man, speaking of such things - is difficult to capture in words. Our friends race through our lives like shooting stars, and when, of an evening's conversation, we manage to enclose their fire and our own within a few hours and the space of a room, it is a taste of eternity, the true meaning of friendship." 
-Paul Williams (1948 - March 27, 2013)

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  2. I miss Paul's writings. He was a regular go-to guy when researching and better appreciating the work of Bob Dylan. His beautiful philosophical book about the log and the fire still touch me in moments when I doubt the validity of every day living. I wish her were still with us.

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  3. I miss Paul's writings. He was a regular go-to guy when researching and better appreciating the work of Bob Dylan. His beautiful philosophical book, Remember Your Essence, with its images of the log and the fire, still touch me in moments when I doubt the validity of every day living. His spirit is one I really miss now in this world. I wish very much he were still with us.

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  4. I miss Paul's writings. He was a regular go-to guy when researching and better appreciating the work of Bob Dylan. His beautiful philosophical book, Remember Your Essence, with its images of the log and the fire, still touch me in moments when I doubt the validity of every day living. His spirit is one I really miss now in this world. I wish very much he were still with us.

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