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Published: Tuesday, March 5 2013 7:45 p.m. MST

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JWB
Kaysville, UT

Whenever that is, whatever that really is, we don't know for sure, so it is important to relish everyday of one's earthly life. Thanks for inspiring people everywhere.

OLD-GUY
Central, Utah

For some people the autumn can be a fruitless harves and a hard struggle after a summer od drouth. If you have

your health,

your mind and enough money to keep you going,

getting older can be great If one of those has problems, then old age looses it's glitter.
You may wish for an early winter.

Yes we should prepare for the years to come, but if you don't have the rsources to get you through spring, it is tough to save for fall. If you have saved but then one big doctor's bill can wipe that out in only a short time.

I agree that money isn't everything but it is hard to eat or repair the old ailing car without it.

May YOU "Live Long & Prosper"

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