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Showing posts from March, 2014


I often think of time, moving from one place to another, remembering my meals and appointments, cognizant of schedules and every now and then I pause to consider it. Today, I was in church and a couple renewed their vows in celebration of their golden wedding anniversary of 50 years. Tomorrow, I will meet with the legendary Harold Burson to discuss the year 1954 when PR Newswire was founded. Remarkably, he was one of its first customers. Through the years,  I've come across many wonderful descriptions of time, here are three that stand out:  From  The Tudors : Death of a Monarchy (Season 4; Episode 10) (2010): King Henry VIII : [ Opening lines ] In these last days I've been thinking a great deal about loss. What loss, your grace, is to man most irrecoverable?  Charles Brandon : His virtue.  King Henry VIII : No, for by his actions, he may redeem his virtue.  Charles Brandon : Then, his honor.  King Henry VIII : No, for again he may find the means to recover it, eve