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  1. After hearing the sad news about Tina's passing, it got me to thinking. Do we really take the time to honour and care, or show compassion for each other while we have the opportunity? I know human nature causes us to take many things for granted, but let us try to at least make a concerted effort to stop and consider one another, instead of falling into the trap of self-interest. This not only applies to our immediate families, or even our CMC family, which we all are so fortunate to be a part of, but to those who happen to randomly cross our paths throughout life. I am not exactly sure why I am feeling so impacted by Tina's passing. Maybe it has to do with her vibrant personality and that ready smile. I do know the times I have ridden with, or conversed with her, were always moments that found myself being intrigued, just by watching her live life to the fullest. Those snapshots in time definitely lends weight to what is important to me now. Tina was taken prematurely from us by a condition we all despise. There are those still among us, who are in similar battles. Whether the ailments are physical, mental or emotional, let us try to be more aware of others and instead of just looking, let us begin to really see them. Get closer.
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