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Living again or should I say Live again?

Yes, it's been a while. My only reason is too little time for too many tasks to accomplish. I regret that there's only 24 hours in a day.

I have been busy in social networking sites.. looking for school friends, trying to reach out -- to re-connect with classmates. I have also been trying to locate long lost relatives. And glad to say, I am lucky. I have found most of those who matter.

In a month's time perhaps, I hope I can attend to blogging full time. Ahh, there's so much to write about, lessons learned, and significant things to make this life more meaningful.

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