Details make a difference

Every man’s life ends the same way. It is only the details of how he lived and how he died that distinguish one man from another. 
Ernest Hemingway  

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Prompted by the Daily Prompt: Details.

50 Comments on “Details make a difference

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  2. Love the Hemingway quote. I think the same thing would apply to all life however, because we are only what we are because of our parents, which is why I’m not a cat.

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  3. I like the Hemingway quote too Paula. I hope that it is the way I treat others that make me different – and at times unique.

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  4. ‘hahaha’ – if we all end up the same way – so we only talk about the very last moment… 🙂 😉

    A very girly colored flower, isn’t it – just joking… 🙂 😉

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    • Yes, my flower is very feminine and proud of that :D. If we end, how will we be able to talk about the very last moment?

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      • Sometimes we comment people like “What a way to go”… ‘hahaha’

        An old saying are “We all arrive crying, surrounded by smiling people – live the way so – you leave smiling surrounded by crying people” – in a way here I meant the last moments are for the people left back and not so much the person who leaving… 🙂

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        • Ahhhhhhhh…. I see :). But is it not possible to come to this world to be received by crying people – still in pain from childbirth or God forbid by a crying father that lost his wife due to the childbirth complications and leave this world leaving a laughing crowd happy to receive their inheritance? I mean, that would be one sorry life, wouldn’t it…. 😀

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  11. What a gorgeous capture of this very feminin flower, Paula. I like this Hemingwayquote, great brainfood. 🙂 Where do you get all this nice music from, I wonder?
    *Klem*!!

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  15. Very nice! I don’t know about how to detail, maybe meaningful…
    I almost miss this one, didn’t come of my reader 😦

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    • You know how much I always appreciate your comments, Madhu. You’ve been my follower from the beginning and I will never forget it, especially now with so many insincere followers lurking around.

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