My caring and beautiful daughter Sarah, the younger of my two caring and beautiful daughters, did an artistic rendering for a small sign. She was giving it to a friend who had been her friend in a time of need and now going through some significant problems of his own.
She told me the saying came from a song made by a punk rock band. Since i don’t know any punk rock bands, although i have heard a couple have band names include “sister,” and i can’t recall ever hearing a punk rock song for more than a nano-second before i switched the radio dial, i liked the lyrics on the sign. It read:
“Fight to Live; Live to Fight.”
i decided it should be modified (for me) just a bit:
“Love to Live; Live to Love (and if you have to fight, fight judiciously and fiercely).”
But that’s just my take. i still like the original.
Sarah, if you have a photo of your artwork, i would like for you to share on my link to this post on Facebook.
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I like the direction this takes. An affirmation as opposed to a declaration.