A sobering thought

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Original image by RockPaperScissors for AS/LS

This was inspired by an article I read recently, written by Paul Kalanithi, the Stanford neurosurgeon and writer who died last Monday. It made me think about time and family and how important each is to the other. It’s a delicate balance: living life while preparing for it, not knowing whether the end would come tomorrow or twenty years hence.

Nothing is impossible.

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At a club entrance.

Girl without ID trying to get in: “Look, I really am 18 years old.”

Bouncer: “Right, and I’m the next Pope.”

Years later…it happens.

bouncer

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In a world where bouncers can become Pope, you better believe the possibilities are endless.

And here I am, just basking in reflected coolness. He wasn't actually looking at me, but one can almost imagine he was.

Aaand here I am, at a papal audience in Rome, just basking in reflected coolness. He wasn’t actually looking at me, but one can almost imagine he was.

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Nothing is impossible” was created by LSS for travel site Small-Town Girls, Midnight Trains. All rights reserved.