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Subject: Re: what would your life be like without your palm?


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Simoninmarch
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Date Posted: 04/11/05 Mon
In reply to: Glen Lee 's message, "what would your life be like without your palm?" on 04/11/05 Mon

I think life would lose its meaning. I would have no way of expressing about half of my personality. My palm exercises my brain. There would be no way to work out my thoughts other than on scrappy bits of paper that I would lose, no convenient way to read the news during the day (I don't like computers too much because they are big, bulky, and affect your eyes after a while), no way to get the satisfaction of writing programs.

It doesn't bear thinking about. Ugh.

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PJ Arts
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Date Posted: 04/11/05 Mon

Without exaggeration, it would be the same as cutting of a limb (a beloved limb, at that). Palm Zen has enabled me to jump into a new career, life, etc. It has helped me to re-define myself and differentiate myself at the same time. It has given me convenience, pleasure and advantage...and a community of fellows around the globe.

What a cruel question!

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