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I ran into a famous aviatrix. She asked me this question:

Just got back to Key West after a week of travel. 

Trying to find the "E" gates at Miami International Airport, I jumped on the wrong train just as the doors were closing, Finding my way back, fate delivered a gift. 

Headphones full of music, eyes scanning ceiling-level for my gate number, weaving through people, wheelie-bags and construction detours, I was stopped cold ... by this:

It's in honor of aviatrix, pioneer and fearless woman Amelia Earhart, the first woman to make a solo flight across the Atlantic. 

Seems silly perhaps, but it meant a lot to me to see this recognition, not just because she's a woman but a person who went for what she wanted.

She's someone who lived it to the limit. Helping people do that is important to me. Seeing this plaque was a gift. 
It reminded me that we all die, but we don't all really live. That's the question.  Are you really living? 
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