Friday, April 7, 2017

Julie Ali celebrating this special day. Just now · It has been an interesting week learning about questioning. The main purpose of questioning is really to make new moves in the lawsuit game. What is the lawsuit game? I guess it's the way the lawyers circle each other prior to court to get in the best position to win. I leave the circling business to my lawyer Mr. Allan Garber who is good at this work and I concentrate on the medical records. I didn't get a chance to sort them today so I will do tha


Julie Ali
 celebrating this special day.
Just now
It has been an interesting week learning about questioning.
The main purpose of questioning is really to make new moves in the lawsuit game.
What is the lawsuit game? I guess it's the way the lawyers circle each other prior to court to get in the best position to win.
I leave the circling business to my lawyer Mr. Allan Garber who is good at this work and I concentrate on the medical records. I didn't get a chance to sort them today so I will do that tomorrow.
Also tomorrow I pick up Rebecca for her home visit. It is already dark outside and foamy wet. Inside it is snug and I feel like having a beer.
Younger boy got some Timbits that his aunt generously provided. We had hotdogs again. Now I will listen to music and enjoy life. Questioning is done for now and we may have more questioning but for now it is Friday, I have the entire evening off and life is good. I have fallen to the floor of the lawsuit and risen up again by focusing on the camellia of my life.
How is one reborn after a fall? by Muriel Barbery
14. From Passageway to Pathway
What is this war we are waging, when defeat is so certain? Day after day, already wearied by the constant onslaught, we face our terror of the everyday, the endless passageway that, in the end--because we have spent so much time walking to and fro between its walls---will become a destiny. Yes, my angel, that is our everyday existence:dreary, empty, and mired deep in troubles. The pathways of hell are hardy foreign; we shall end up there one day if we tarry too long. From passageway to pathway; it is an easy fall, without shock or surprises. Every day we are reacquainted with the sadness of the passageway and step by step we clear the path towards our mournful doom.
Did he see the pathways? How is one reborn after a fall? What new pupils restore sight to scorched eyes? Where does war begin, where does combat end?
Thus, a camellia.
From "The Elegance of the Hedgehog" by Muriel Barberyhttp://www.monrovia.com/plant_collection/camellias/
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