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Steve Jobs Passing

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Created on: 10/06/11 11:27 AM Views: 1093 Replies: 4
Thursday, October 6, 2011 at 11:27 AM

I received this today from someone I don't even know but feel it is worth passing on.

I honestly feel like I have lost a friend with his passing.
Here he was, 56 years old, loved by millions.....
Handsome, clever, witty, enriched countless lives....
....and had Billions of $$ in the bank,
one of the wealthiest people on earth....
Yet, you and I are infinitely wealthier than he is...
.... As WE HAVE TODAY, and sadly, he does not.
Spend your infinite wealth today on something
that matters, enrich people's lives like Steve did.
Spend your day today,
like Steve Jobs would spend it if he could.
Make today count!
Celebrating the gift of "Today" with you today.Crying or Very sad

Thursday, October 6, 2011 at 11:49 AM - Response #1

Thanks for posting this Bob.

Words fail to express the loss, but Steve Jobs touched us all, and all the generations to come in his unique, wonderful way. What a Gift, in so many,many ways.
The worlds' loss is immeasurable, Heaven has gained tons of genius creativity! What an amazing legacy Steve Jobs has left for all of us! He leaves the world a much better place because of his time here on Earth.
Here's a you-tube that is well worth posting, capturing his essence, if that is possible.
Thanks for sharing and remembering, Bob.
And Thanks Steve Jobs, for everything! Thanks to his family for sharing him with the rest of the world!

Edited 10/06/11 8:39 PM
Thursday, October 6, 2011 at 1:57 PM - Response #2

Thanks Bob and Kris for sharing . . . enjoyed the video.

Thursday, October 6, 2011 at 4:08 PM - Response #3

Agree, the world lost one-of-a-kind.

His legacy can be expected to live on for some time . . . perhaps by way of a far different "cloud!"

Of the tributes which appeared yesterday, I liked this from,8599,2096251,00.html

Thursday, October 6, 2011 at 5:05 PM - Response #4

Thanks All! I edited Bob's for Facebook and added the Time link. The Time article has a wealth of information for anyone who had little idea (such as yours truly) the road Steve Jobs had traveled. Thanks, again!

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