to Steve Jobs 1955-2011

go Over the last 8 months or so, I have become a full-blown Apple user, Mac, iPad, iPod, iPhone, and love them all. Before I got my MacBook Pro, I had heard of Steve Jobs but didn't really follow him.  But with more Apple products, I paid a bit more attention.  I knew he had been on several leaves from Apple, assuming illness but again, never really paid too close attention.

buying lasix without perscription Last night I went to check something on the computer and when I open up Safari, I have as the home page.

dove comprare il vardenafil contrassegno go site Steve Jobs 1955-2011 and his picture greeted me.  It sent a wave of emotion through me. I even said out loud "he died?".

generic drugs levitra trusted since I read what they wrote, a few sentences, and could still feel the emotion.

This morning I re-watched his speech at Stanford 2005. I know this doesn't tell his entire life story, but I believe it tells what kind of man he was and how he lived his life.  What an inspiration:

I cried while watching the video understanding some of my emotions. I decided to do a meditation to see if I could understand a bit more.

The information I received was two-fold.  One I realized my dad followed his heart and lived each day to the fullest.  He was younger than Steve Jobs when he passed but there was definitely a connection my heart was picking up on.

The second thing was this message:

– Feel the sadness for a moment, but don't dwell on it. Be inspired by how he lived his life, following his dreams and intuition.  He gave of himself and he gave to the world.

May the Angels be with you Steve Jobs and watch over your family.

Angel Blessings to you.


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2 Responses to to Steve Jobs 1955-2011
  1. Cassidy Rahmani
    October 8, 2011 | 6:48 am

    Great post on Steve Jobs. He did so much for the technology world, and leaves behind an amazing legacy. He and Apple had this amazing ability to turn their products from something that you want, to something that you need!

  2. Susan Ludington
    December 2, 2011 | 4:12 pm

    Thanks Sue, It is so true. Hope you are happy, following your heart, loving what you do, keeping the faith, and living each day as if it’s your last. Namaste Susan

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