Tony Grist (poliphilo) wrote,
Tony Grist
poliphilo

Letting Go

The older one gets the more one should simplify one's life.

Rupert Murdoch- still acquiring companies in his 80s- has entirely the wrong idea.  At his age one should (figuratively speaking) be taking to the road with one's staff and begging bowl.

As the burial service says, "We bring nothing into this world and we can take nothing out".

It irks me that I have so many things.

And this business of shuttling between two houses is ridiculous.
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