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#31
RCguy

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God, Family, and country. :)

Yeah I know, seems like a cliche' ... but some of us really do mean it.
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My beliefs.
My Friends.
My Family.
(Even though they piss me off and drive me nuts.)
And the People I Love.

=3
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The journey of life, be it depressing, strange or exhilarating.
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The journey of life, be it depressing, strange or exhilarating.

mmmm. :)
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I'd have to say that happiness matters the most to me, it doesn't matter what I'm doing as long as I'm happy with life. Now that might sound selfish but really its not as even though you are responsible for your own happiness, I need the people/circumstances in my life to help sustain that. I love being with my two bestfriends, I'd never want to lose them as they always brighten my day.

All in all, if your happy in life then what more would you want. I'm thankful to everything/everyone who contributes to that
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It's been a while since I've posted here. Been busy with a host of support issues, e-commerce, etc.

What I value most is my relationship with my Mother. Without her, I don't know what state I would be in. We have our differences, yes, but we have a strong communicating relationship where we enjoy our long talks at night, our mini-trips to anywhere (she loves Washington State), and just being able to say "Honey, I'm home." and to hear the reply "Ricky, you gotta lotta explainin' to do!"

I also value my relationship with Christ. Since others have not elaborated here, I will not either.

Lastly, I love helping people fix their computers. I was hoping to have more time to devote to Geeks To Go, but I got called out for several jobs. I finally posted my Practice Log 2, and I'm making it a point to be more active here.

Thanks for reading

Dino
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Hi there, pips. I'm a new member here. :)

In reply to that question, What matters to me is that I wanted to live a life that would make me a 'Happy Ghost'.

I wish that if i could come to that point of dying, i would have no regrets as to what I could have done, what I could have said, what I could have tried, what places I could have gone to, what affection and caring i could have shown for my family, friends, or somebody :) .
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10nm technology for pcu's
1pb hdds
ray tracing
and beer that makes you remember stuff instead of forget

these all are very important when will we have them!

Edited by Cl455icCh4o5, 01 March 2010 - 01:56 PM.

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What matters most to me, is being true to myself, I have learned in my 20 yrs that life can be very short and we don't get a second chance with the people that are important to us once they are gone, so I believe we should live life everyday and make sure that what we do counts. We should not be afraid to tell people we love them and we should alway be honest and truthful and give our best in everything that we do, we might not always succede in what we want to do but so long as we have tried our best then we should be proud of what we have done. My sisters are very important to me and I believe bringing them up in the right way so that they can be proud of who they are and grow up to become happy well adjusted adults is also very important.
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What matters most to me is to teach and remind myself to not judge people, to not make assumptions and, above all else, to not fear failure.

Plus my family and friends. :)
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well what i believe in " there is only one success is to be able to spend your life in your own way"
but it does not mean to behave like an idiot , or being senseless jerk...
it really matter to me that I don't follow others in their senseless and irrational act ,
I have my own rules and few of em are , Live Simply,Speak Kindly , Care Deeply ,Love generously,,,
I hate materialist and selfish pplz... here I am posting a video all the message in this tape is matters to me ...
watch out very inspirational and motivational...
Life Is A Cup Of Coffee!

Edited by Blackberry*, 17 April 2010 - 09:08 PM.

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i've got the feeling many folks will not agree with me on this, but here goes...

the bad things.

they say a person is made up of 40-50% parentage and 40-50% the unique experiences of each individual. i believe its more along the lines of 30-35% parentage and 70-75% experience. i've seen, done, and survived a lot of bad in my life, and while the scars (figurative and literal) are a burden i believe i am a better person for having survived them. i meet people who have lived their lives in cardboard boxes with little holes for air who have no idea what life is like or about. the pain and horror i've seen have made me harder and more, i don't know, i guess ruthless, but because of them i appreciate the rest of my life - as a whole - much much more. i guess you could say that i believe ignorance to be the worst state a human can live in. i don't know if i've made any sense but this has been my two cents.

Edited by magical2099, 22 April 2010 - 05:17 PM.

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