Each day you wake up, you are facing the first day of the rest of your life. What does that mean to you? Is it just another day, a planned set of activities, work, school, boredom, or questioning why or what is next? Where are you going, why and for what purpose? Is it important to you or anyone else? How do you relate to yourself and to others in your life or to those you might come in contact with?
Some of us are quiet; others talk a lot. Some question everything, and some just take life as it happens, without caring too much. Are we changeable, or have we changed over our lifetime, or more importantly, do we want to change?
What is important to you? What is true and real?
Ray Weaver, Sr. spent forty-six years in the aerospace industry, including four-plus years in the USAF. He has taught computers and radar systems and continued his education forever. He retired as a senior manager of manufacturing engineering from Lockheed Martin Corp. after working on numerous space and missile systems
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