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Saturday, April 11, 2015

Lost In New York, parts 4460 - 4463



 4460. They should come to their senses and place their own name on the line where it asks who the beneficiary is to be. It may sound absurd, but it is the only right thing to do. 



 4461. And further, not to belabor the point, Coromo did not want to think about the possibility of dying in the near future in an objective way. He assumed, like so many of us assume, that his life had an, as yet to be fulfilled, purpose.


 4462. What that purpose was he had, as of yet, on idea, but he was confidant that when he found his purpose he would recognize it immediately. Unfortunately, all he seemed to possess was an unerring sensation that he had not yet found it.


4463.  He lived in a state of low level anxiety, nursing the fear that a long time was destined to go by and the answer to his question was going to elude him. 

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