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To Paraphrase Spock – Eat Well, and Prosper!

by Daryl Plummer  |  November 25, 2009  |  Comments Off on To Paraphrase Spock – Eat Well, and Prosper!

The days of thanks begin at birth.

For the few things we adults see as thankful-giving are echoed in the heart of the giving that came when we were put together as children.

So conceive again the child…

Conceive every day the living breath…

Conceive again the joy of light seen through eyes not blinded by fear…

Conceive of the hollow emptiness that exists when we don’t notice the little things of God around our every breath and beat.

The days of thanks are leading our steps and following our lives.

I am thankful just to know that.

Happy turkey day!

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Daryl C. Plummer
Managing VP & Gartner Fellow
18 years at Gartner
35 years IT industry

Daryl Plummer is vice president, chief of Research and chief Gartner Fellow. Mr. Plummer manages the Gartner Fellows Program, which is designed to allow senior analysts the opportunity to explore new research ideas and to elevate… Read Full Bio

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