The Constant Chatter Chapter Twenty-seven – Epilogue

Kingwell By Kingwell, 31st Jul 2015 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/43bvacd_/
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Saying good-bye to Max and his chattering and wishing him good fortune in his adult life.

Good-Bye-Good Luck

We have listened to Max chattering since the day of his birth, in fact before he was born. We remember that he was accompanied here by two guardian angels who promised that they would never leave him. He was warned however, that as he became more and more engrossed in the material world, he would no longer see them or even remember them. Not only did this happen but we have also seen him lose all remembrance of his prior existence. Max chattered away (as we all do) throughout his childhood and into adolescence and early adulthood. It is here we leave our hero, at least for a while, but we know that his chattering never stops. Perhaps we can catch up with him again later in life and listen as he reminisces. What will he experience? What lessons will he have learned? What will be his thoughts about “going home”?
Max is of course typical of all of us. We all experience both joy and sorrow, times of laughter and times of sadness. We rejoice when a child is born, we cry, and sometimes become angry, when a loved leaves us. The world is often a perplexing place and we all have different experiences and reach different conclusions about the meaning of life and what (if anything) lies beyond it. Max is fortunate to have been born into a warm and loving family and is well prepared to meet life’s challenges.
Good luck Max.
The End
See Chapter One

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Adolescence, Adulthood, Chatter, Experiences, Good Luck, Good-Bye, Kingwell, Lifes Challenges

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I am 75 years old and retired.I like writing short stories, poetry as well other articles of interest.

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author avatar Sivaramakrishnan A
1st Aug 2015 (#)

That summarizes our own lives Kingwell, thanks for the reassurance that we all have guardian angels, or similar, to be with us to see that we are never really alone. They stay in the background and take us back lock, stock and barrel to the firmament we deserve - siva

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author avatar Kingwell
1st Aug 2015 (#)

Thank you Siva. Your comments on my posts help make my day. Blessings.

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author avatar Carol Roach
1st Aug 2015 (#)

I enjoyed this story very much and saddened that it has come to an end.

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author avatar Kingwell
1st Aug 2015 (#)

Thank you Carol. There were often long periods of time between chapters but I think I hit the main highlights in Max's life so far. I thought too that this would be a good place to end. Blessings.

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author avatar Helen Thomas
3rd Aug 2015 (#)

Thanks for this wonderful series ~ Kingwell. I must admit I'm somewhat sorry to see it end.

I totally agree with you that: "Max is of course typical of all of us. We all experience both joy and sorrow, times of laughter and times of sadness. We rejoice when a child is born, we cry, and sometimes become angry, when a loved leaves us."

Thanks for sharing.

Blessings.

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author avatar Kingwell
4th Aug 2015 (#)

Thank You Helen. It was a series that I enjoyed writing, I'm pleased that you enjoyed it. Blessings.

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