Moments of awesomeness

“I feel like I got a winning lottery ticket in my life and the rug could be pulled out from under me at any time,” Ms. Zuckerberg said. “I am going to appreciate every last moment of awesomeness I can get.”

The profile of Randi Zuckerberg (sister of Facebook founder Mark) in this week's New York Times was not exactly endearing -- I thought she came across as a bit over-the-top ridiculous, which could very well be due to how the piece was written and edited. But I do completely agree with her closing sentiment.

We may not all be as financially blessed as Ms. Z, but relatively, most of us have it pretty darn good -- and we could all stand to embrace the awesomeness available to us more fully.
By bjorn at 12:53 p.m. Feb. 16, 2012
Indeed. Awesomeness should always be appreciated.
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