Dad – Trifextra Week 74 June 30, 2013freyathewriter This week, the Trifextra challenge is to play around with the following quote from Henry James: “Three things in human life are important. The first is to be kind. The second is to be kind. And the third is to be kind.” I hope you enjoy my offering – please visit here to read many more! ***** There are three ways to live your life: The first is to experience every glorious moment The second is to experience every glorious moment And the third is to experience every glorious moment ***** This week’s offering is about and in honour of my Dad, who has always done just that. Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related
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I like this idea a lot. To add, I would say there are three ways to maintain friendships. The first is to listen. The second is to listen. The third is to listen.
Thank you. I agree about friendships too. We often spend too much hearing, but not truly listening.
Lovely entry! I couldn’t think of anything for this challenge. I like your idea and how you have played with the bold type to enhance every facet of your ‘definition’.
Great response made even better with your reference to your father. Nicely done :))
Thank you, I’m glad you liked it.
What a great approach and tribute to your dad. Well done.
Thank you, Lumdog.
It’s a blessing to have such a person in your life. 🙂
Glorious moments are definitely nice (:
Indeed, they are!
A great reminder!
Thank you, Rachael.
This made me smile. Here’s to living every glorious moment 🙂
I’m pleased it made you smile!
Carpe DIem 🙂
…and do that each ad every day!
Can you experience every glorious moment and be kind. If you are kind is every moment glorious. These quotes together make you think
A very good point indeed. Plenty to ponder there…
Wonderful viewpoint to live from
Indeed it is – thank you.
It is very obvious that your dad experienced life through every glorious moment he could. What a lovely tribute. xo
He did. The good, the bad and the not so much fun. Thank you, Lorri.