Quote of the day!

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I’ve been homesick for countries I’ve never been, and longed to be where I couldn’t be.

John Cheever

American novelist John Cheever (born May 27, 1912) has been aptly described as “the Chekhov of the suburbs.” His writing may have saved his life. After enlisting, he published a book of short stories. An officer in the Signal Corps read and liked it, and had Cheever transferred to do communications work. Later, half of Cheever’s original infantry regiment died at Normandy.

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7 thoughts on “Quote of the day!

      • Reincarnation is a belief I’ve long held without anyone having to teach me. Just naturally do. Had a vision of myself as a woman in a past life once, and, since my teens (uh…some 35 years-ish ago), have had a long playing affinity for Maine, even though I’ve never been there. I think there are reasons certain people and places resonate more than others. How else can you explain it?

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      • Very true, Bill. I had visualizations of myself in the past as a man too. I believe it was around the Victorian era in England just by the way I was dressed and the other person in the vision with me was dressed. I had several visions where I wasn’t always female and they were at all different times in history. When this first happened I was actually meditating and it just felt so incredibly real. So I absolutely believe in reincarnation just from what I saw myself. Thanks for the chat Bill! Keep in touch with your amazing and thought provoking comments!
        All My Best,
        Jill
        🙂

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