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8-16-2009 @ 8:37PM
My mother passed away in early June, she had gone through years of cancer, battled and struggled and held her head high through it all caring about everyone else and living life. She did get through it though, and what caused her to pass away was not the cancer. Thought the life she lived, and the way she viewed things I can honestly say I understand how you feel. I'm not a roleplayer actually, but I have roleplayed before. Whether that beautiful mountain in the distance is physical or the creation by Blizzard, it is all in the imagination. How we dream, how we view things, how we live, and what think, is in our minds and in our hearts. If we dream that we are flying across oceans and valleys and mountains, are we not doing that in itself in a way? There is a saying about telling your children about bad things in the world, that if you don't tell a child something about something they are scared of that their own imagination could be ten times more horrifying. Well it works both ways. You can see the world in all its beauty but only if you accept and imagine it in your head will it be what it is. Thus whether its beauty or friendships or life, its in the imagination and wonders of the hearts where things matter. The bonds together of loved ones, knowing each other, and the strength of the connection between them. :)-Nicholas
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