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  •  Knowing who you are and where you (2+ / 0-)
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    edwardssl, LillithMc

    come from is more powerful than all the money in the world.

    •  Hello prettyobvious. (2+ / 0-)
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      edwardssl, LillithMc

      I hear what you say. I can`t say anyone could argue with that. You may just be absolutely correct to boot.

      However your comment does not apply here. You see, I know exactly who I am. I know exactly where I come from:

      Born in Austin, Texas in 1936 to my father and mother who I know who they were RIP, both of them. Actually, I found out who my father was just recently
      I think anyone who does not know who he/she is or where he/she came from is good material for your comment.

      The title of my diary utters frustrations in my inability to find siblings and even frustrations about my inability to find myself in searches online. I noted in the diary that during my visit to Texas I had yet to learn who my father was, but joining this group has opened door wide for me.

      Thank you for you comment. I am one who would like to know something about you. You should sit down a let us know in a diary. I think it is time.

      Old men tell same old stories

      by Ole Texan on Wed Aug 29, 2012 at 12:52:12 PM PDT

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