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Feb 05, 2010


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Alan Wilkerson

Alvin Toffler in one of his trio of books talks about this. Don't have the direct quote but it's something like this.

a ten year old boy has to experience 1/10th of his life for Christmas to come around whereas a 50 year old only experiences 1/50th of his life a much smaller percentage.


Josh Rowley

I've heard the explanation Alan gives before; makes sense to me.

Michael, I noticed you're reading Ben Witherington's book Jesus and Money. I'm reviewing it on my blog.

Michael W. Kruse

Thanks for the heads up. I've got you in my Google Reader but I missed your first post.

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