By Frank Pultar
I asked my father a question when I was about ten, “Why does time go by so slow?”
He replied, “Once you get to be eighteen, time will fly by, and by the time you notice it, you will be wondering where it went.”
That time came when I was turning fifty, three years into this decade. I made a bucket list and started making plans to cross things off of it.
First was to go to Burning Man to celebrate turning 50, my wife divorcing me, and still being alive. I had a most excellent adventure meeting a whole bunch of people who were looking to find themselves and start a path that was a little clearer than yesterday.
I am still working on that list as this decade comes to a close. I am leaving myself room to reflect, to look ahead, and to make the most of this coming 2020. Working also to make this world a better place.
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