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Archive for June 28th, 2011

To a twenty-one-year-old, time is irrelevant.  It disappears over the horizon to infinity, and you don’t have an appreciation for time until you get to be old.  Because they are afraid they’ll never wake up, old people often don’t sleep well at night, and they know that you can cheat the Angel of Death by taking short naps in the daytime, when the Angel of Death is ostensibly occupied in China, where it’s nighttime.  But at the age of twenty-one, you’re going to live forever, and you can sleep all day if you want to.
 

–  Colonel Jack Jacobs (Ret.)
Medal of Honor recipient
from the book “If Not Now, When?“ by Col. Jacobs and Douglas Century

 

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