ifindkarma. elegance is refusal.

May 5, 2012

I spend a lot of time on PandaWhale these days.

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , — ifindkarma @ 6:11 pm

If you’re looking for me, I’m on PandaWhale.

I’m stashing many things there.

And if you’re wondering why there are so many broken links on this WordPress, it is because I imported my Posterous here and when Twitter shut down Posterous it broke a lot of my old links and images. Thanks Twitter.

March 26, 2012

Bird is the word!

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , , , — ifindkarma @ 11:20 pm



Peter: “There seems to be an absence of an ornothological piece… A headline regarding mass awareness of a certain avian variety…”

Brian: “What are you talking about?”

Peter: “Oh, have you not heard? It was my understanding that everyone had heard…”

Brian: “Heard what?”

Stewie at 0:27:BRIAN, DON’T!!!

Originally posted June 22, 2010 at 2:09 PM but I bumped it to the top because I’ve been missing it…

March 19, 2012

Dear Twitter, PLEASE Keep Posterous Running.

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: — ifindkarma @ 6:59 pm

I’ve been thinking a lot about Posterous.

Especially now that Twitter owns Posterous.

I hope that Twitter keeps Posterous up and running, because I love writing and reading on Posterous, as do many others.

Furthermore, keeping Posterous running will help Twitter to increase their understanding of the Interest Graph.

Some interests run longer than 140 characters, and Posterous is the perfect service for longer tweets. The Interest Graph is so money.

And, keeping Posterous running will give Twitter a great service it can learn from as it iterates through the Creative Process to continually improve. 


A post-Twitter Posterous could be wonderful.

Twitter, PLEASE keep Posterous running.

And don’t leave it up to a game of Rock-Paper-Scissors-Lizard-Spock.

Go out of your comfort zone.

Let Posterous live where the magic happens.


February 12, 2012

The 12 Laws of Karma






  • What you refuse to accept, will continue for you.

  • If what we see is an enemy, or someone with a character trait that we find to be negative…

  • Then we ourselves are not focused on a Higher Level of Existence.








    • If you believe something to be true, then sometime in your life you will be called upon to demonstrate that truth.

    • Here is where we put what we SAY that we have learned into PRACTICE.





    • You get back from something whatever you’ve put into it.

    • The Value of something is a direct result of the energy and intent that is put into it.

    • Every personal contribution is also a contribution to the Whole.

    • Lackluster Contributions have no impact on the Whole, or work to diminish it.

    • Loving Contributions Lift Up and Inspire the Whole.




    January 24, 2012

    Be lucky.

    Robert X. Cringely’s first tip for would-be entrepreneurs is: 

     “Avoid stupid and unlucky people.

    I’m taking his advice because starting a company is hard.

    I want to be luckylike the kitten that adopted me last week.

    For decades my father has told me that

    It’s better to be lucky than to be good.

    I don’t just want to be good; I want to be excellent.

    My dad says that to be excellent I should surround myself with people who have good luck. He tells me that people with good luck are contagious — as are people with bad luck!

    My dad regularly affirms:

    Avoid the unlucky, the unethical, and the unhappy.

    To find people who are ethical, I have a strategy. My startup co-founder has a sixth sense when it comes to sniffing out ethics; Detective Troutgirl is always on the case.

    As for happiness, lessons are repeated until they are learned. There is no way to happiness because happiness is the way; consequently, people reveal true colors in conversation. But what about luck?

    I want to find people who are as attracted to luck as cats are attracted to heat.

    To create luck, I conjure up some scientistic sleuthing.

    If 80% of success is showing up, then

    80-90% of luck is an excellent attitude.

    Those numbers are corroborated scientistically by business shark Daymond John and psychologist Richard Wiseman:

    Daymond John boldly declared on Shark Tank

    Life is like business. It’s 20% what happens to you, and 80% how you respond.

    Richard Wiseman concurs,

    Only about 10% of life is purely random.
    The remaining 90% is defined by the way we think.
    Our attitudes produce our luck.

    I read those sentiments over and over, and think to myself: Still, there’s that remaining 10-20% that is pure luck, and that’s the part we need EVEN if we work hard and make wise choices and are as patient as a crouching kitten.

    So… How can we MAKE more luck?

    In 2010 I chuckled that with a luck factoryI’d make a fortune.

    Since then, I’ve become aware that there are traits that we can practice to increase our ability to make our own luck.

    On 106miles.net I summarized Bakadesuyo’s article How can you become more lucky? by noting that lucky people practice four traits: openness, intuition, optimism, and resilience.

    Practice every day, as much as possible:

    1. Openness to new experiences. Network. Meet new people. Re-engage with people you know.

    2. Intuition. Listen to yourself. Meditate to clear your mind regularly.

    3. Optimism. The mind is a feedback loop that creates self-fulfilling prophecies, so be positive.

    4. Resilience. Success is moving from one failure to another with no loss of enthusiasm.” (Winston Churchill)

    To that I add, don’t try to avoid pain:

    Truth is, everybody is going to hurt you. You just gotta find the ones worth suffering for.

    (mis-attributed to Bob Marley; actual author unknown)

    Be open. Be intuitive. Be optimistic. Be resilient. Good luck!

    In the meantime, I’m looking forward to Get Lucky: The Book.

    I’m going to make it a habit to spend time with people who are lucky, and we’ll see what happens when I practice lucky traits.

    I will stay interconnected and get enough sleep.

    Yes, sleep

    This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. Refer to me as @ifindkarma and I’ll be happy. You can also find this work as a chapter in Eric Ries’s and Hunter Walk’s wonderful Uncensored book for the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

    Photo credits: All four pictures in this post were taken by me using Instagram on iPhone 4s, and are hosted on Flickr. These pictures feature the cats I humbly serve: Beavis, the 18-year-old silver Tabby; Coco, the 18-month-old Tuxedo kitty; and (unnamed), the 9-month-old lucky black cat who adopted me last week at the Humane Society of Silicon Valley. Not pictured is Lola, the 9-year-old Oklahoma runaway feline who is camera-shy.

    January 12, 2012

    Who’s got it better than us? NOBODY! #Harbaughisms

    Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , , , , , — ifindkarma @ 12:49 am
    Joyce reminds me that 1/11 PandaWhale turned one year old.

    Right now we’re working on awesomizing PandaWhale, building on what we’ve learned from our alpha.

    We draw on inspiration from Jim Harbaugh:

    Who’s got it better than us? NOBODY! 

    I repeatedly watch 0:55 into this clip…

    The 49ers reached the NFC title game because of three things: The Team. The Team. The Team.

    What transformed The Team from 6-10 last year to the NFC Championship this yearJim Harbaugh!

    I’m sad that Harbaugh hasn’t tweeted his philosophy recently.

    That philosophy was imbued in Jim and his brother John “early on, an approach, a way of looking at things in terms of football, or life… That comes from our parents.”

    Their dad Jack Harbaugh would chauffeur the boys to school each day and utter the same 20 words:

    Ok, men, grab your lunchboxes and attack this day with an enthusiasm UNKNOWN TO MANKIND.

    And don’t take any wooden nickels.

    They turned out to be words to live by.

    “In this world, you can choose to be positive or you can choose to be negative,” Jack Harbaugh says. “You can choose to see things through a set of eyes that sees good or you can choose to see things in life that aren’t so good.

    “At least every day, they were reminded to look at it through a positive set of eyes. Let the lens of your eyes be positive.

    We try to stay positive as PandaWhale navigates our creative process to create a masterpiece.

    Like Alex Smith after a 27-yard QB sweep!


    So in honor of PandaWhale’s anniversary, here are 11 of my favorite #Harbaughisms:

    11. “I don’t like that kind of football where you try and talk and intimidate. It’s not real. You play with your feet, your legs, you play with your hands. Just play football. Shut up and play football.

    10. “I just like being the guy who throws the rocks at the beehive every now and then.”

    9. “I didn’t want to be in any kind of comfort zone. I didn’t want to be in any kind of guaranteed situation. The fact that it was uncharted waters, try to figure out ways to do things, gave me energy.

    8. “I don’t take vacations. I don’t get sick. I don’t observe major holidays. I’m a jackhammer.”

    7. “As long as everything that’s said is said against us, we feel a certain assurance of success. It’s when they go the other way, when flowery words of praise start to be heaped upon us — that’s when we start to feel exposed before our enemies.”

    6. “ALL OBSTACLES CAN AND MUST BE OVERCOME. That’ll be our approach without excuse.

    5. “We’re not sustaining a gosh darn thing. We despise the word sustaining. We despise the word satisfaction.

    4. “What’s YOUR deal?” (“I’m great.”)

    3. “We want to win with numbing repetition.

    2. “Attack this endeavor with enthusiasm unknown to mankind.” (“EUTM” comes from Jack Harbaugh.)

    1. “Who’s got it better than us? NOOOO-BODY!

    It’s worth reading Jack Harbaugh’s story of “Who’s got it better than us? Noooo-body.”

    To this day, it gets Jim Harbaugh all fired up.

    Bay Area rapper Bailey even turned it into a rap.

    Been there, done that, got the tee shirt.

    Nobody has it better than us. NOOOO-BODY!!!

    And on that note, it’s back to the creative process we go, to create a better “masterpiece”…

    Go Niners! Go Niners! Go Niners!


    Meanwhile, special props to the 49ers Special Teams for being DELIGHTFULLY QUIRKY!

    The 49ers Special Teams Unit can be seen dancing before every kickoff to a song by Future called “Tony Montana”

    There are shortcuts to happiness, and dancing is one of them.

    Who dances better than us? NOBODY!

    Who’s got a more colorful coach than us? Nobody!


    Hail to Harbaughisms… 🙂

    January 1, 2012

    Between being and becoming is an #AttitudeOfGratitude

    In 2011 I resolved to own an attitude of gratitude.

    In 2012 I resolve, again, to adopt an attitude of gratitude.

    But first, let’s review 2011.

    In 2011 I felt a lot of pain. That was hell.

    In 2011 I played outside. That was excellent.

    And, I consumed many bootie mashups.

    In 2011 I continued my obsession with pandas.

    2012 is Year of the Dragon. The Water Dragon.

    That’s right, 2012 will be Panda vs Dragon. 


    Don’t underestimate the things that I will do.

    Forty-Two means living in the exhilarating tension between being and becoming.

    People have asked me where the phrase Between Being and Becoming came from.

    SNL season 15, episode 17, Dana Carvey as George F. Will’s Sports Machine:

    George F. Will: All right, hands on buzzers. [ he hits several buttons on the machine, which spits out a quiz card that George reads ] “The precarious balance between infield and outfield suggests a perfect symmetry. For $50, identify the effect of that symmetry.”

    [ the contestants stare cluelessly, as the buzzer sounds ]

    George F. Will: Sorry. The answer is: “The exhilarating tension between being and becoming.” Being and becoming. Next question…

    That phrase has been spinning infinity in my head since I first heard it.

    I believe that life is a precarious balance, a perfect symmetry.

    We have to be who we are, while becoming who we want to be.

    We don’t just want to be hard-working, awake, and accepting of ourselves.

    We want to be a better version of ourselves. To continually improve.

    In 2012 I resolve to…

    1. Be grateful. Wake up every morning with a deep breath and an #AttitudeOfGratitude.

    2. Be here now. Don’t try to live your life in one day.

    3. Be excellent. Excellence is a habit.

    4. Be lucky. Practice openness, intuition, optimism, and resilience to make luck.

    5. Be bold. Fortune favors the bold. TDs only; play to win.

    6. Be creative. Creativity is just connecting the dots.

    7. Be optimistic. Optimism creates luck.

    8. Be who you are, as hard as you can. It’s not about what happens to you; it’s about how you respond to wha
    t happens to you.

    9. Be punctual. On time is 15 minutes late. Early is on time.

    10. Be healthy. Spirituallyemotionally, physically, just dance.

    11. Be happy. Happiness is the way.

    12. Be kind. Only kindness matters in the end.

    Tom Landry said, “Setting a goal is not the main thing. It is deciding how you will go about achieving it and staying with that plan.”

    That said, these twelve goals are qualitative, not quantitative. Each day as I wake up I can resolve to be grateful, excellent, lucky, bold, optimistic, creative, punctual, healthy, happy, and kind, but I’m not going to count each act of demonstrating that quality. It doesn’t feel right to count random acts of kindness (#raok).

    Instead I’m going to include these values in my thoughts whenever I can.

    Thoughts become words become actions become habits become character.

    And character is destiny.

    I know how this works. The creative process is tough.

    To summarize: Touchdowns only; no Field Goals. Play to win.

    Who’s got it better than us? NOBODY!

    Now excuse me while I pray that there’s intelligent life somewhere up in space…

    December 9, 2011


    Anything that happens, happens.
    Anything that, in happening, causes something else to happen, causes something else to happen.
    Anything that, in happening, causes itself to happen again, happens again.
    It doesn’t necessarily do it in chronological order, though.
           ~ Douglas Adams
    Most people do not comprehend,
    [no matter how] they encounter such things,
    nor do they understand what they learn;
    they believe only themselves.
           ~ Heraclitus

    Every thought is a seed.
    If you plant crab apple, don’t count on harvesting Golden Delicious.
          ~ Bill Meyer

    All the lessons of history in four sentences:
    Whom the gods would destroy, they first make mad with power.
    The mills of God grind slowly, but they grind exceedingly small.
    The bee fertilizes the flower it robs.
    When it is dark enough, you can see stars.

           ~ Charles A. Beard

    In the spirit of Thirty and Thirty-Five comes the following awesome, beautiful, and creative web of thoughts that occupy my brain.

    No matter.

    I’m not patient enough to write poetry or prose, so I’ll just count down after Futurama.

    Don’t you worry about life, the universe, and everything; let me worry about blank

    42. We believe in the interconnectedness of all things.

    41. Everything is about inclusion.

    40. Everything is everythang.

    39. Truth is, everybody is going to hurt you; you just gotta find the ones worth suffering for.

    38. As human beings, our greatest glory consists not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.

    37. Let it go. This too shall pass.

    36. SIMPLIFY.

    35. Lessons are repeated until they are learned.

    34. The greatest thing you’ll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return.

    33. Reflect on happiness.

    32. People are very bad at predicting what will make us happy.

    31. There are shortcuts to happiness, and dancing is one of them.

    30. We are feedback loops. We are the stories we tell ourselves.

    29. Love is when you open your heart to pain.

    28. To get over grief, be there for someone else’s grief.

    27. Kittie heaven is mousie hell.

    26. Bird is the word!

    25. The ride does not require an explanation. Just occupants.

    24. It’s not going to stop till you wise up.

    23. Character is destiny.

    22. Reflection creates identity.

    You can do anything.

    20. We can change the world with a pen and paper. We keep waiting, waiting.

    19. Starting is hard.

    18. We’ll see.

    17. Life is… delicious ambiguity.

    16. Beware drift. Do what you love!

    15. True happiness comes from within.

    14. Get yourself a giant panda! (Super kawaii!)

    13. You become responsible, forever, for what you have tamed.

    12. That it will never come again is what makes life so sweet.

    11. It goes to 11. (Be sure to read through to Andy Weir’s story, “The Egg”!)

    10. Life is like business. It’s 20 percent what happens to you, and 80 percent how you respond.

    9. 80 percent of success is showing up.

    8. Our attitudes produce our luck.

    7. Love more, fear less.

    6. Be grateful for every breath.

    5. Be who you are, as hard as you can.

    4. Be here now.

    3. Be excellent.

    2. There is no way to happiness. Happiness is the way.

    1. Only kindness matters in the end.

    ********* …enlightenment… *********




    Kittie heaven is mousie hell.

    Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , , , , — ifindkarma @ 3:26 am
    We’ll see. But before we get to that, let’s reflect on the last year.

    I began this year with an attitude of gratitude.

    I am caught in the tension between being and becoming.

    I am on a path to be excellent, and I never skip a day.

    But I need more luck.

    You can create the conditions to make your own luck by practicing your openness, intuition, optimism, and resilience when things go badly.

    A new year is a new beginning. A time to make new changes, experience new things, forgive those who have done you wrong, and put the past behind you.

    You are the author of your own life, and you can make this next chapter one to remember.

    You are free to choose, but you are not free from the consequence of choice.

    So don’t worry, choose wisely if you want to get to heaven.

    Everybody wants to get to heaven, but nobody wants to die.

    For now, we live. And who’s got it better than us? Nobody.

    Think of heaven and hell like any destination: not as places but as ways of looking at things.

    Is it heaven or hell to spend 22 months making stop motion animation with jellybeans?

    It mostly depends on whether you have choice.

    Without choice, heaven or hell depends on who you are. 

    Kittie heaven is mousie hell, and if you’re a mousie there’s nothing you can do but commit.

    But with choice, heaven or hell depends on attitude.

    As illustrated by the Zen story recently tumbled by Maggie Utgoff, perspective is everything

    Once upon a time, in a temple nestled in the misty end of south hill, lived a pair of monks. One old and one young.

    ‘What are the differences between Heaven and Hell?’ the young monk asked the learned master one day.

    ‘There are no material differences,’ replied the old monk peacefully.

    ‘None at all?’ asked the confused young monk.

    ‘Yes. Both Heaven and Hell look the same. They all have a dining hall with a big hot pot in the center in which some delicious noodles are boiled, giving off an appetizing scent,’ said our old priest. ‘The size of the pan and the number of people sitting around the pot are the same in these two places.’

    ‘But oddly, each diner is given a pair of meter-long chopsticks and must use them to eat the noodles. And to eat the noodles, one must hold the chopsticks properly at their ends, no cheating is allowed,’ the zen master went on to describe to our young monk.

    ‘In the case of Hell, people are always starved because no matter how hard they try, they fail to get the noodles into their mouths,’ said the old priest.

    ‘But isn’t it the same happens to the people in Heaven?’ the junior questioned.

    ‘No. They can eat because they each feed the person sitting opposite them at the table. You see, that is the difference between Heaven and Hell,’ explained the old monk.

    The moral of this story is simple: A turn in mind is all the difference between Heaven and Hell lies (???????????????????????????). 

    Be kind to people and people will be kind to you

    The choice is yours, don’t be late.



    December 8, 2011

    Truth is, everybody is going to hurt you; you just gotta find the ones worth suffering for.

    The Internets say that Bob Marley said that everyone’s gonna hurt you but some people are worth it anyway.

    No matter how much I search, I cannot find the context under which he said it or even if he said it…



    “Truth is” is a lesson that repeats until it is learned.

    I speak “truth is”, and “truth is” speaks to me.

    We are feedback loops.

    We are the stories we tell ourselves.

    Life is full of ups and downs. So get up.

    “Truth is” is interconnected through time…
    1. “Be here now.” This began my wondering if Bob Marley even said it.
    2. I’m willing to believe that 6 million Facebook likes can’t be wrong.
    3. So I Facebook’d it too, looking for answers. None came.
    4. And I did it again.
    5. I tumbled for it. And I asked on Quora.
    6. But still no one on the Internets knows when or why Bob Marley said this.
    7. It reminds me that life is pain, highness; anyone who says differently is selling something.

      Fear of pain causes stress.

      Do not fear pain. Let go of fear.

      Maureen Killoran said, “Stress is not what happens to us. It’s our response to what happens, and the response is something we can choose.”

      Maybe I will wait forever and never find out if Bob Marley said it.

      The truth about forever is that it is happening right now.

      Maybe I will get lucky.

      Those who open ourselves to pain often find luck. 

      It’s worth taking some time to learn to attract luck:
      1. Create your luck, says Altucher. Luck only takes 4 steps.
      2. There are 4 principles for making luck, says Bakadesuyo.
      3. Make your own luck, says 106 Miles paraphrasing Bakadesuyo.
      4. Happiness affects luck profoundly, says Tumblr. I repeat it.
      5. Invest in a luck factory and make a fortune, says ifindkarma.
      6. What traits do lucky people share? Optimism.
      7. Attitude affects luck, says Wiseman.
      Memo to self: include luck in my incantations to be great.


      I repeat: Don’t try to avoid pain.

      Instead, find someone or something worth suffering for.

      Open yourself to heaven and earth, then trust your natural responses; and everything will
      fall into place

      Step out of your comfort zone.

      That is where the magic happens…

      Postscript, a few days later. Truth is, Bob Marley probably did not say this.

      Thank you, Spyridon Michalakis, in helping my quest for the truth.

      November 23, 2011

      Love more, fear less.

      “There is no future. There is no past. Do you see? Time is simultaneous, an intricately structured jewel that humans insist on viewing one edge at a time, when the whole design is visible in every facet.”
      ~ Watchmen

      “I will do today what you won’t, so tomorrow I can do what you can’t.”
      ~ Anonymous

      “I do not much care for that man… I must get to know him better.”
      Abraham Lincoln

      “If there is no enemy on the inside, the enemy on the outside can do us no harm.”
      ~ African Proverb

      “Our greatest problems often yield our greatest breakthroughs… fierce frustration is a precondition for a tremendous triumph.”
      ~ @CoryBooker


      Recently I added favorites among Convos containing quotes…

      Don’t quit. Suffer now and live the rest of your life as a champion. ~ Muhammed Ali

      If you want to build a ship, don’t drum up people to collect wood and don’t assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea. ~ Antoine de Saint Exupéry

      Experience is what you get when you don’t get what you want. ~ Randy Pausch

      There are no shortcuts. NONE. ~ Mark Cuban

      Do something so hard you become great in the process. ~ xkcd

      Any fool can make things bigger, more complex, and more violent. It takes a touch of genius — and a lot of courage — to move in the opposite direction. ~ Albert Einstein

      If everything seems under control, you’re just not going fast enough. ~ Mario Andretti

      As a cure for worrying, work is better than whiskey. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

      One’s destination is never a place, but rather a new way of looking at things. ~ Henry Miller

      Creativity is just connecting things. ~ Steve Jobs

      During my 18 years I came to bat almost 10,000 times. I struck out about 1700 times and walked maybe 1800 times. You figure a ballplayer will average about 500 at bats a season. That means I played seven years without ever hitting the ball. ~ Mickey Mantle

      I’ve failed over and over and over again in my life, and that’s why I succeed. ~ Michael Jordan

      I’ve seen each of these quotes many times in my life, but I keep coming back to them.

      Sometimes it takes me a while to visuali
       what I’m seeing.

      Risk more than others think is safe. 
      Care more than others think is wise. 
      Dream more than others think is practical. 
      Expect more than others think is possible. 
      ~ Claude Bissell via Lili Balfour via John Hagel

      Teach compassion…”If you see someone who is struggling to make friends or being bullied because they don’t have friends or because they are shy or not as good looking or not dressed in the best clothes PLEASE step up. Say hi or at least smile at them in the hallway. You never know what that person might be facing outside of school. Your kindness might just make a BIG difference in someone’s life! Pass this on and share with your kids!”

      “Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony.”
      ~ Gandhi

      Love is where compassion prevails and kindness rules.

      “What is hard is being good every day.”
       ~ Willie Mays 


      Sing with Brian Wilson!!!

      Sing with Stephen Hawking!!!

      ‎”If you can, help others; if you cannot do that, at least do not harm them.”
      ~ Dalai Lama

       “Let your life be a testimony to your truth. Every day be an uncompromisingly true witness to your authentic self. The world needs no more dull carbon copies, folks shrinking from their truth. One stubborn soul, ignited from within, despite the crushing darkness of circumstance, can illuminate the world. We must illuminate the world. We must be brilliant.”
      ~ @CoryBooker (via @LiliBalfour)

      “The man who views the world at fifty the same as he did at twenty has wasted thirty years of his life.”
      ~ Muhammad Ali 

      ~ Steve Jobs 

      November 11, 2011

      #NerdNewYear #111111

      Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , , , , , — ifindkarma @ 8:55 am

      On 11/11/11, it goes to 11.

      It is ON !!! Time to celebrate !!! 

      11/11/11 = NERD NEW YEAR

      Where? On Broadway. 2600 Broadway in Redwood City, CA, to be precise.

      We closed down the streets and lit our countdown clock…

      Drinks, food, fun, awesome prizes!

      As seen on: 


      • Facebook LIKES: 927 (plus 127)
      • Twitter TWEETS: at least 3879
      • Groupons sent to: 1.2 million people (110 + 96 = 306 bought)
      • #nerdnewyear trended on Twitter 11/11/11
      • Estimated Redwood City attendance: 1500
      • We’re still figuring out how much we made for charity…

        Every day I’m shuffling…

        Everybody just have a good time! And smile, for cameras are everywhere…

        We’re on a mission from God… Hit it!

        New year‘s resolution: Live with intention. Walk to the edge.

        Live forward. Understand backward. I will always have a great memory of this day.


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