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BJF: How will future JIM look back on today's Columbia?

Comments re article 88937 JIM Mrs Berg Visits Columbia The Rest of the Story

By Billy Joe Fudge

Jim, your research and consequent historical accounts of the goings and comings of Columbia Past, flavors every aspect of my Columbia Present.

These accounts inspire me to wax forward unto Columbia Future when some, "Jim" incarnation, is blowing dust off the records of our "Columbia Present".


My musing brings me to ask, will the "Columbia Future Jim" reveal stories about us and those who came into and out of our lives which are as inspiring, uplifting and as worthy to emulate as do the stories from our "Columbia Past"?

These "Columbia Past" stories by Jim of inherent goodness and unselfishness should inspire all of us to look inward toward evaluation of self and to look outward, seeking how we might enrich and enhance the lives of those around us.

We can not control how "Columbia Future" interprets our present day words and actions but we can surely give them something worthy of interpreting. - Billy Joe Fudge


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