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    Three Coins In a Fountain...

    The Phoenix
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    Post by The Phoenix on Wed Oct 21, 2009 11:18 am

    Have you ever played the game what -if ? You know , the one, where if you had three wishes...what would they be ? Though it sounds ludicrous , and a complete waste of time.....it can actually be quite revealing. Think about it......in these current oppressive times...if you COULD have three wishes....what would you wish for ?

    It simply is a question of importance ,and deep seeded desire within each of us. I will admit that despite the struggles of this past year, my first wish would be for companionship, closeness , and affection...........sounds stupid , huh ? Well it is my wish so be it ! The other remaining wishes ....those are private.....I was simply pondering the general concept , and thought I would share with you......Things that make you go hhhummmmm !

    So go ahead...toss those coins in the first fountain you find.....and here's hoping that your dreams will come true.

    Yours In "the fountain of dreams"
    The Phoenix I love you


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    Post by Pegasus on Mon Oct 26, 2009 6:19 pm

    My three wishes would be that everyone would be loved the way they deserved to be, that no child would experience hunger, abuse, or disease, and that when I die it will be in the arms of a loved one...


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