Responses to “How will we live tomorrow?”

How will we live tomorrow?

“We will live together in this wonderful world. We will preserve it for those who will live tomorrow.”

Jeanne Large, Kirkland, WA

Check out Jeanne’s informative comment about preservation of the Oregon Coast

How will we live tomorrow?

“I’ve been a nurse for over thirty years. I’ve been a midwife at Kaiser for 23 years. I love it but I worry that I am complacent because it is so comfortable. How will I know when to move on? What will I move on to?”

Gerri Cullers, nurse midwife, Portland, OR

How will we live tomorrow?

“I think ‘How will we live tomorrow’ is a good question for each of us in that the more we treat others the way Christ treated folks when He last walked our planet, we’ll have little concern as to how the world treats us in the “last days”. The more we are Christ to others, the more he’ll welcome us in His Glory during the last days.”

Terry Nobbe, Disciple of Seventh Day Adventist Church, Portland, OR

How will we live tomorrow?

“Tomorrow there will be no more golf courses.”

Kurt Neugebauer, gym member, Eugene OR

How will we live tomorrow?

“If you want to make God laugh, make plans.”

Katie Berkowitz, St. Paul’s warmshowers cooperative, Crescent City, CA

How will we live tomorrow?

IMG_4133“You came along at just the right time. We were just lamenting the state of affairs. Donald Trump is am embarrassment. What if actually became President?

“We live in a beautiful place. The sun rises and sets every day. We will go on.

“The inequalities are too great. I am a teacher in a school where we got a grant so that 100% o the students receive free breakfast and lunch. There are more transient people all the time. The parks fo full of people who live in the campsites. The rangers make them move every fourteen days, and so they go on a circuit from camp to camp. I am sure it is less expensive than a motel, and there are showers, but it’s not the right way to people to have to live. They pan for gold hoping to find a nugget big enough to pay first and last month’s rent to a place through the winter.”

Rouge River 100 Mile Ride support staff, Wilderville, OR 

How will we live tomorrow?

“I want to live life to the max. My most favorite thing is having people around my table for dinner But I still have no idea what I will do when I grow up. I want to keep living with passion.”

Kirk Koenig, extraordinary cook, Eugene OR

How will we live tomorrow?

“We all use our Apple products to communicate by texts and pings. The hospital has all kinds of systems for communicating. But we just use our Apple products.”

Karyn, OR Manager, Eugene OR

How will we live tomorrow?

“Tomorrow will be good.”

Ming, Clerk at The Front Street Inn, Crescent City, OR

How will we live tomorrow?

“God wants to be with us, to help us and heal us but we have to ask Him for His help.”

Quote from pamphlet I received from Pregnancy Crisis Worker, Arlington, TX

How will we live tomorrow?

“One day at a time.”

Cliff, army veteran, working second mate on a tuna boat off the coast, Florence, OR

How will we live tomorrow?

“If we stay connected to our hearts, we’ll be free as we are today.”

Johnny, microbus traveller from Canada to California, Florence, OR

How will we live tomorrow?

“The same way I am today. Absolutely.”

Tarea, travelling with Johnny, Florence, OR

How will we live tomorrow?

“We have 350 spotted plover on the Oregon Coast. We used to have 32. For the past two years we have met our target. If we make our ten year target we can begin to relax our restrictions.”

Volunteer for Oregon Department of Wildlife, Florence, OR

 

How will we live tomorrow?

“I’m just working here a few days. Working my way back to Flagstaff.”

Christian, laborer at Something Awesome, Bandon, OR

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About paulefallon

Greetings reader. I am a writer, architect, cyclist and father from Cambridge, MA. My primary blog, theawkwardpose.com is an archive of all my published writing. The title refers to a sequence of three yoga positions that increase focus and build strength by shifting the body’s center of gravity. The objective is balance without stability. My writing addresses opposing tension in our world, and my attempt to find balance through understanding that opposition. During 2015-2106 I am cycling through all 48 mainland United States and asking the question "How will we live tomorrow?" That journey is chronicled in a dedicated blog, www.howwillwelivetomorrw.com, that includes personal writing related to my adventure as well as others' responses to my question. Thank you for visiting.
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