WHAT IF?

What if I stopped wishing that one – if not all – of my children would want to live nearby?

What if I thought ONLY about MY needs?  What if I did not put anyone else’s needs before my own?

Would I want to live in my house?  in the suburbs?

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Would I want to move into the city?  Would I want to feed on the vibrancy of city life?

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Would I connect better to the NYC crowd?

Would I benefit from going to museums, attending lectures given by intellectuals?  Would I participate in a vaster cultural life? 

AND DARE I?

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2 thoughts on “WHAT IF?

  1. It takes courage and a lot of strength emotional and physical to make such a change. And to face the fact that city life, though it has a lot of cultural attractions, also has problems – traffic, no parking, more noise, pollution, etc. that you don’t feel as much in the suburbs. Guess you have to follow your heart.

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